White River Valley

Posted: April 19, 2013 in HDR, Nikon D90, Washington

The Valley of Awe

The White River originates at the toe of Emmons Glacier in the Mount Rainier Park. You can see the river here coming out of the ice cave at the toe of (the very soiled looking) glacier. The river flows on through the White River Campground, which is known for its many trails and as an access starting point to summit the mountain. This shot was taken from a trail at the Sunrise visitor center, which overlooks the entire region from this side of the mountain.

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  1. Really beaitiful scape full of fresh cool air and feeling of space!

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