Mount Baker (known as “White Sentinel” to Native Peoples) is the queen of the North Cascades range, towering over the NW corner of Washington State.
Mount Baker in the Morning
It takes some time to get to acquainted with such a beauty.
I have had several opportunities to get to know her and here are a few images.
Mount Baker from the Ptarmigan Ridge Trail
Park Butte Lookout and Mount Baker
Mount Baker and Coleman Glacier
Mount Baker in the Fall
Mount Baker and Stars
Baker Lake Road
Mount Baker from the Skyline Divide Trail
View from inside
16 thoughts on “Mount Baker”
Absolutely stunning shot…
What a great feel of depth, like a 3D image 🙂
Each one is a class shot… but, to me, the “Baker Lake Road” is simply jaw dropping 🙂
Thank you so much for sharing 🙂
Sreejith, I appreciate your views! Thanks!
All are awesome!
Stunning photos. 😀
Thank you Raewyn!
An amazing photoset! And an amazing place too 🙂
Yes, the North Cascades are really magnificent!
Vos photos parlent d’elles meme !!! fortes puissantes elles nous révèlent les origines …
Many thanks, my friend!
Thank You for a pictoral tour of Mount Baker. The Views are Stunning… (The Night views..Only visable from isolated parts of America .). Thanks for the Photo Information (Guided optical tour.). Thanks for the Gifts of your Time, Knowledge and Kindness. May the Gift of the Birth of Christ provide You with the Blessings delivered by the Angels too Shepards, attending their Flocks. May You enjoy Good Healt, a Long Life, and the views that bring you great Peace and Joy via your camera view finder. May you Join Spirits with the Native People as they Honored the Land,Sky and Sea. May your Kindness be returned by a vision of the Condor Soaring above with only the Winds updraft and Reflected air currents from the White Sentinal. May your path be with out Stones. May your return from each journey be with Light-hearted Laughs, deep Peace within and the Beauty of God’s many Gifts in Nature in your Spirit and with each Capture, “Click.”.. May your foot prints be washed away by the Wind, as those that first saw tthe Mount Baker. They are gone, yet, their footprints still ride the winds. Merry Christmas. Happy New Year..for many, Many, many years to come.
On Sat, Dec 20, 2014 at 3:03 AM, North Western Images – photos by Andrew
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