I believe this mountain is called Colonial Peak. I thought the photo opportunities might cease as the clouds rolled in to cover the mountain tops, but the opposite was true. Even when forced to shoot into the sun.
A northern view taken near the Goat Peak fire lookout above Mazama, Washington. Access is via a 3.3 mile trail which gains 1500 feet in elevation. The Larch trees were beginning to put on their fall show on this spectacular day.
The fire lookout building was still wrapped in a fire resistant material the day we visited.
Roberts Bank Superport at the end of an autumn storm that travelled with us from Salt Spring Island and across Georgia Strait. The very first beams of sunlight arrived as we drove off the pyjama boat (the early morning ferry).
Follow upcoming posts for autumn views of the North Cascades, all within a day’s journey from Salt Spring Island. And, as always, the website images you see are low resolution versions of highly detailed originals. Unless otherwise noted, a favourite image can be custom printed to your specifications.