Mount Shuksan Shrouded In Clouds

Camera: Holga 120NFilm: Kodak Portra 400Location: Reflection Lake - Mount Baker, Washington State

Camera: Holga 120N
Film: Kodak Portra 400
Location: Reflection Lake – Mount Baker, Washington State

After yesterdays teasing entry about what lay beyond the clouds at Artist Point, I thought I’d share another image captured on Mount Baker which provides a glimpse of Mount Shuskan in the distance. They say Mount Shuskan is the most photographed mountain in all of North America. Though I question how such a distinction is measured, I’ll willingly admit its near impossible not to take a photo of it while up adventuring on Mount Baker.

This image was made almost a year to the date prior to the one I shared yesterday on Mount Baker. The road up to Artist Point is only open two, maybe three months a year due to the extensive amount of snow the region receives. Its amazing the Washington State Department of Transportation even spends the money and resources to open it at all, but I’m glad they do, as its hands down one of the most beautiful areas in the Cascade Mountain Range.

Happy Tree Tuesday everyone!

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About jsodphotography

Seattle based film photographer. Recording light through a pinhole, Holga, and various 35mm cameras.
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6 Responses to Mount Shuksan Shrouded In Clouds

  1. Marie says:

    Beautiful!! What a lovely capture!
    Just want to say so you know of it, your image shows perfectly in the reader, but not in your post…
    Happy Tree Tuesday Jeff! 🙂

  2. jesusjoglar says:

    Wonderful shot Jeff, and Happy Tree Tuesday!

  3. FeyGirl says:

    Truly postcard-perfect…. What a wonderful capture!!

  4. Just beautiful! I love this kind of photography … lovely

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