Mount Baker

Yesterday I went in search of a great view of Mount Baker.    After driving down many Whatcom County roads, I finally found what I was looking for!   You wouldn’t know if from the picture, but I nearly lost some phalanges it was so cold outside!  I can’t complain too much, considering half the country is buried under snow and ice, but I do need to find a good pair of gloves for these photo excursions.

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14 comments on “Mount Baker”
  1. cigi says:

    Beautiful shot. Love the pops of red!

    1. The pops of red are my favorite part of the shot – thought it added a little interest.

  2. This is so beautiful! Like the majestic mountains with the foreground detail, and that pop of colour. I think you should do more landscape stuff.

    I’ve got warm, clammy hands – want to swop?

    1. Thanks, Lisa! I’m going to try and get more landscapes on my winter break. Warm hands, yes. Clammy? Eh… 🙂

  3. Nice shot, poor little lama sitting there all alone…sniff.

    1. I know! He needs a friend.

  4. Emily Gooch says:

    Nice shot of Mt. Baker. Your pictures make me wish I was still living in Bellingham.

    1. Thanks – you got some good mountain shots yourself this weekend! I think it’s hard to go wrong in the Northwest…there are so many beautiful places to live!

  5. Cipher says:

    Great shot of Baker. And the farm in the foreground.

    1. Thank you – that touch of red was a good find. This isn’t the best time of year for rich foreground color in front of Baker, so that helped add some interest I think.

  6. Heather says:

    It is a beautiful pic, especially with all that snow falling across the screen.

    I laughed over ‘phalanges.’ It brought me right back to a skeleton we named ‘Melissa’ when my daughter was learning the bones.

    1. I just took an A&P class, so phalange just seemed like the natural thing to write, lol. I kind of like how the snow falling across wordpress enhances the shot as well. 🙂

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