Peaks from Above

Oh, I meant to get this in before October, but then I caught the flu and didn’t feel like doing much of anything. Seems kind of early for flu season….

I flew up to Oregon for a long weekend and took the shots below from the plane. I had a short layover in Seattle, which was experiencing terrible air quality due to fires. At first I thought it was fog. That made it really nice to climb up for this view….

Pretty sure this is Mt. Rainier. So glad I had a window seat for a change.

I had almost forgotten about Mt. St. Helens until I saw the caldera. They’re both so beautiful.

I’ll post more photos from Oregon in the future.

{carole}

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16 Responses to Peaks from Above

  1. Ms. Spock says:

    One word: WOW.

  2. Susan says:

    Glad you’re back! Love that view of the caldera.

  3. Caroline says:

    Very beautiful. I’m sorry you had the flu. It’s even worse in summer.
    At first I thought, these look like the Alps but they don’t. They are not as sharp, therefore, if I’m not wrong, they are older.

    • Thanks, Caroline. I haven’t had the flu in years.
      I’m so glad to hear you say that about the Alps. I once told someone that some mountain ranges are older because they’re not as sharp, and they thought I was nuts! Evidently they thought that every single mountain range formed at the same time.

  4. AnRoalisticBlog says:

    Absolutely breathtaking! How did you manage to make such clear photos! Nice to see you here back! I am also with cold in bed now!

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