U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Wildflowers Around Mt. Rainier. Just pictures

I join Gail at Clay and Limestone for Wildflower Wednesday
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  1. What a wonderful landscape in those mountainpictures! We don't have mountains like that here in Finland. Only some hills...

  2. Gurl,
    I'm glad you didn't get run over taking the fourth one up. Gorgeous pictures, though! Makes me want to drive there and check it out in person.

  3. Wow! Your photos brought back a flood of memories. This is where I grew up as a young girl and we often went on family hikes to Mt. Ranier. It is such a gorgeous countryside and you have captured it so well in your photos. My dad took a photo of me feeding the chipmunks out of my hand.

  4. Lovely photos, and such dramatic mountain scenery, our mountains in the UK are not nearly as dramatic!

  5. Absolutely beautiful!
    I especially love the photo of the flowers that have managed to grow between the road and the rock mountainside!
    Happy Wildflower Wednesday!
    Lea's Menagerie

  6. Wow beautiful landscapes, the last one is exceptional what else can i say, thanks for sharing Tatyana.

  7. I can see why you'd post so many pictures. This is incredibly gorgeous. I can't believe that there are still places like this left on this Earth. Nice shots!

  8. We made that drive this past summer, one day when it was really hot. Love the wildflowers on the mountain. Great photos!

  9. What beautiful trees. Wish we had something like that in Florida. They look like narrow Christmas trees but the branches seem to attach to the trunk of the tree in an unusual way. Jealous!

  10. We are so lucky to live in beautiful Washington State! Thank you for sharing these stunning pictures!

  11. Thank you everyone for your kind words! You inspire me to show other Mt. Rainier pictures which I took last August.

  12. What's nature beautiful!! The mountains, snow, trees round a lake, lots of flowers, beautiful skies. I enjoyed your pictures very much.

  13. I love that there is signage with many of the flowers identified. We went up to Paradise when we went up Mt. Rainier....lots of snow, early July. Love the various blooms, that last photo is outstanding.

  14. Perfection !!! I loved every picture. Thank you, Tanya !!!

  15. They are just the prettiest wildflowers ever! Love them all...thank you for sharing.

  16. Amazing the different plant species that can survive and thrive in such surroundings. Spectacular photos but second to the last one was my favorite with so many flowers in one spot--like hitting the jackpot.


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