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.
14 thoughts on “Mount Baker”
Beautiful shot. Love the pops of red!
The pops of red are my favorite part of the shot – thought it added a little interest.
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?
Thanks, Lisa! I’m going to try and get more landscapes on my winter break. Warm hands, yes. Clammy? Eh… 🙂
Nice shot, poor little lama sitting there all alone…sniff.
I know! He needs a friend.
Nice shot of Mt. Baker. Your pictures make me wish I was still living in Bellingham.
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!
Great shot of Baker. And the farm in the foreground.
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.
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.
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. 🙂