Wildflowers surround Edith Creek just above Myrtle Falls in Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State, USA
Mount Rainier Wildflowers and Edith Creek (Purchase)
-click to enlarge-
Last week I was photographing in Mount Rainier National Park in Washington State, USA. Having worked my way down the Golden Gate Trail I was running out of good light options for the wildflowers, Tatoosh Range and Mount Rainier itself. There was a big cloud in the sky near Rainier that was lit up bright purple but I wasn’t able to find a composition that worked with it. I jogged (causing some tourist curiosity) down to Edith Creek just above Myrtle Falls to see if I could get this interesting light reflected in the small waterfall there. The photograph above is the result. This 25 second exposure was one of only two that I made (second one was vertical) before the lights were shut off and it was over for the night. Sometimes it does pay to hurry!
2 thoughts on “Mount Rainier Wildflowers – Edith Creek”
I like this photo Michael the light in the stream make the scene beautiful.
Thank you Alberto!