A somewhat dreamy interpretation of a road that leads to the “Indian Heaven Wilderness” near Mt. Adams, in South-central Washington State. Fall colors dominate this early October scene.
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Elk Meadows near Mt. Adams in South-central Washington State is a popular Winter grazing spot for Elk.
Mount Adams (Klickitat in the language of local Native Americans) basks in the sunlight of a rare blue sky in mid October. A bald eagle glides gracefully toward this majestic and potentially active stratovolcano in South central Washington’s Cascade Range.
A hundred years ago this meadow near Mt. Adams, was part of “Trout lake,” its waters teeming with wild trout, in South-Central Washington State. A process of siltation has by now turned most of the lake into a meadow, with a small stream (Trout Lake Creek) still running through it. Seen here in mid October [...]
Klickitat (Mt. Adams) getting ready for the night