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Tall trees in Mount Rainier National Park  

Tall trees in Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier National Park

August 2nd 2008
Over the last few years, I have become increasingly more interested in traveling to places of natural beauty. As much as I love visiting cities and seeing incredible architecture, experiencing new cultures, and enjoying the wide range of eating options, there is something about the beauty of nature that pulls at my heartstrings in ways I cannot describe. Maybe it's the fresh mountain air, the vivi ... read more
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30th May 2011

Mt rainier national park
This is a beautiful scenic photo of Mt. Rainier i think it was taken during the beginning of June. This photo was taken near Paradise in Mt. Rainier's National Forest. "The Mountain", as it's known by locals, draws your eyes like a magnet when it is visible instead of invisible behind thick clouds. On clear days, Mount Rainier dominates the Seattle Tacoma skyline, towering over the metropolis in breathtaking beauty. Mount Rainier's highest elevation is 14,410 feet which is located at the summit, also called Columbia Crest.

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