Thursday, February 12, 2009

Skywatch Friday #31 - Mount Baker

Taken last Saturday near Edison, WA while I was out eagle spotting. There were patches of fog throughout the morning hours.

Mt. Baker in Washington State

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16 comments:

ramblingwoods.com said...

Out eagle spotting...wow.Did you see any?.This scenery is amazing..Michelle

Guy D said...

Wow thats a beautiful shot, I love the wheat field. Thanks so much for sharing.

Have a great weekend!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Lew said...

Beautiful snow capped mountain in your blue sky! Also a very nice sunsetyou posted Monday.

dreameyce said...

Stunning! I miss Mt Baker (And Eagles) so much. Used to live in Skagit Valley, and now I live down in Oregon's Willamette valley.

chanpheng said...

Lovely scenery and sky. I loved living in Washington State, and having the mountains so close by.

kazu said...

It's so beautiful!
I like it!

Babooshka said...

That is so cute, almost a piantingi the colours are so clean.

bookbabie said...

Love the color at the bottom, makes the shot:)

Denise said...

A lovely scenic shot. Such a nice contrast of color. Happy Valentine's Day weekend.

Sharon said...

That's quite a view! Beautiful shot! Happy Skywatch Friday:)

Linnea W said...

Beautiful colors and composition. I'll be heading up to Skagit County over spring break. I'm hoping to see the tulip fields. Hi from Cal.

Carol said...

Great photo...beautiful mountains...misty clouds...very pretty...

Steve Buser said...

Beautiful amber waves of grain. Not quite a purple mountain, but still majestic.

Dawn said...

Thanks for visiting my blog!

What a beautiful picture~

I went eagle spotting with my aunt in IL last Feb...saw so many bald eagles!

:)

nadia said...

You're so lucky to have such a gorgeous weather! The colors are lovely: white, blue and red. Great job!

And thanks for commenting on my blog :)

Ellen said...

Valentine Wheat! I love it!

We had a huge eagle out in our pine yesterday but an osprey swooped in from overhead to sit on the same branch before I could get the camera battery loaded.

There is an orange grove right below they both seem to enjoy. Must be watching the fruit rats.