My husband and I do an annual snow camping trip between Christmas and New Years, and this year the day that worked out was New Years Eve. Thankfully the weather cooperated too! Love Artist Point, and how wonderful to celebrate the advent of 2015 in the mountains. This is our camp on New Years Day.
Taken on the first of January- no better way to start the new year!
Looking off toward Mount Sloan from the summit of Mount Dickerman
the effective turnaround point of the Boulder River Trail
This photo was taken during an overnight camping at Artist Point
Early in the morning, the sun was rising just behind Rainier. And it was breathtaking to say the least.
I was in the Olympics with a friend ,and there was a light rain creating awesome drops on all the flowers took a close up on a daisy and we instantly noticed the drop in the center was shaped like a perfect HEART..
December 13, 2014
My friends soaking up the view from atop pyramid rock on Silver Star Mountain.
Beautiful sunset with fog rolling into the lowlands as viewed from Rattlesnake Ledge
A foggy winter's day on a very mossy path.
We climbed above the clouds on Umtanum Ridge, south of the creek, for cool views and foggy valleys.
There was a mystical look to the mountain as the fog gave way to the sun atop Hex!
The picture was taken on our way back from Oyster Dome late in the day.
Fungi and Lichen conspire to create color
This photo taken just east of the town of Snoqualmie a bit beyond their high school. Crystal day after a snowfall. A beautiful sight but perhaps a very challenging day to hike the summit
One of two replica canons.
It was hailing like there was no tomorrow out at Kanaskat-Palmer State Park
It seemed like a good idea to carry up a 12th Man flag to Mailbox Peak in the freezing rain as an offering to the football gods on the eve of the NFC Championship game.
looking NW at Mt. Adams from just north of Centerville, WA 30 seconds before sunset