Artist Point Reflections with Mt. Baker first snow…

Once again I made my annual Fall photo tour starting at Malibu, CA and continued up the coast to Washington State where I spent time at Artist Point located in Mt. Baker National Forest. Then from there I traveled to my final destination to the Lower Mainland of Beautiful British Columbia. As usual I was rewarded with some beautiful sights and experiences with my journey to Mt. Baker the most rewarding.

Mt. Baker – Positioned at the base of the western flank of Mount Baker’s massive glacier, with 6 inches of fresh snow still falling, all alone, when all of a sudden, well after sunset, the storm cleared, revealing this massive volcanic mountain, highlighted by the golden light from the rising moon… .

Malibu Sunset and sunrise….

Artist Point reflections with Mt. Shuksan…

Picture Lake with Mt. Shuksan

The beautiful rugged coast of British Columbia set a part in its uniqueness and remote surroundings from all others….

Beautiful British Columbia raw and wild coast….

BC Sunrise double
BC Rainbow sunrise
BC Coast Sunset

One Comment

  1. Michael November 23, 2019 at 12:19 pm #

    OK, it’s more like a bumpy drive up a forest service road and a 7.5-mile round-trip hike, but the wildflowers on this trail are stunning – there’s a reason it has ‘yellow aster’ in its name. Referred to by locals as YAB, you’ll gain 2,550 feet of elevation along the hike, reaching a high point of 6,150 feet in the North Cascades. You’ll be rewarded with views of Mt. Baker, Mt. Larrabee, the High Divide, and the Canadian Border Peaks. It’s also a popular hike to see the colorful fall foliage. The glacier-fed tarns are a great place to refill your water bottle or pitch a tent for the night.

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