On our next to last day of the Washington state trip, we journeyed into the Mount Baker National Forest with hopes of catching an amazing view of Mount Baker. As I documented earlier, the conditions weren’t great and we didn’t capture the glorious images I had imagined. Fortunately, we did find some waterfalls that were surrounded by the lush foliage of early spring.
This waterfall was near the roadside of the Mount Baker Highway. It isn’t tremendously high, perhaps only twelve feet or so. It is beautiful, though. The contrast of the flow of water along with the fir tree and rock face makes for a lovely image.
I may post some other images from our last day, but I think it’s time to move on to images from this summer and fall. I’ll start with those on the next post. Enjoy!