We took a little photography trip to Mt. Ranier recently, and although we were worried the weather was going to be foggy and cloudy, it turned out to be perfect! Many of the wild flowers were in bloom, so I was able to get some inspiration pictures to use in future projects, as well as some classic pictures of the mountain. This was the best place to take pictures of the mountain:
Because we arrived before the visitor center opened on the second day, I was able to get a clear picture of the words of John Muir, that have been carved into the steps at the Paradise visitor center.
Although you can find these all over, there are lots of these tiny, wild lilies in the shade near the lake.
The lupines are almost everywhere, and they are at their peak at this time of year!
It amazes me that we work so hard to get some flowers to grow in our gardens, while others will grow wild in the most inhospitable spaces!
If you pay attention, you can find flowers everywhere, even along the road. This one is very tiny, but I love it with all it's details!
We were able to find this beautiful field of flowers on our second day and wished we had found it the first day so we would have been able to spend more time there. Well, that's a reason to make another trip...