Posts Tagged ‘shuksan arm’

Huntoon Point & Mount Shuksan

A few “leftovers” from my trip to Mt. Baker back in October. I like these shots but never found the will to make dedicated posts about them. So here they are.

First I have always liked the angle of the Hwy 20 near Artist Point from this vantage point. The short hike to Huntoon Point from Artist Point has a few small tarns but I think this was a bit late in the year to have them full and capable of reflecting more of Mount Shuksan.

mount shuksan above sr 542 mt shuksan reflected in a tarn near artist point

mt shuksan reflected in a tarn near artist point canadian and american border peaks and mt larabee

Canadian Border Peak, American Border Peak, and Mt. Larrabee from Artist Point (above).

Finally, Mount Shuksan reflected in Picture Lake.

mt. shuksan reflected in picture lake

Mt. Shuksan and Arctic Lupine

Another shot while walking from Artist Point towards Huntoon Point back in October. Considering how windy it was that evening I am pleased the Arctic Lupines (Lupinus arcticus) are relatively still for this shot. Mt. Shuksan and Shuksan Arm in the background.

arctic lupine and mt shuksan

Mt. Shuksan & Mt. Baker Artist Point 360° Panorama

EDIT: I have since cropped and reprocessed this panorama to include just the portion with Mount Baker:

(click on the thumbnail for the larger version)
mt baker from artist point

1. 31 exposures stitched, Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 USM @ 20mm

Major mountains I can ID in this photo: American Border Peak, Mt. Larrabee, Winchester Mountain, Goat Mountain, Mt. Sefrit, Mt. Shuksan, Shuksan Arm, Mt. Baker, Tabletop Mountain

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mt baker from artist point

2. Another version of the same panorama. This one is cropped to 1) include less of the “superfluous” scenery and 2) to preserve the potential idea that I hiked my ass off to get up there by cropping out the parking lot!

mt baker from artist point

Mt. Shuksan Panoramas

1. Picture Lake. Thought I’d include the whole 360° panorama here – there are 1000’s of shots of Picture Lake and Mt. Shuksan out there on the internet – this shows the spot most have been taken from. I should probably go back when the fall color is in to make the whole scene look nice.

23 exposures stitched – Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM.

picture lake mt shuksan

2. Shuksan Arm. There may be a better name for this ridge but I haven’t been able to find it via google maps/earth.

4 exposures stitched – Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 macro.

shuksan arm

Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

More shots from the Mt. Baker Ski Area.

American Border Peak (2,794 feet (852 meters))

american border peak

Closeups of Mt. Shuksan and Shuksan Arm

mt shuksan mt shuksan shuksan arm

mt shuksan mt shukan

This little Gray Jay (Perisoreus canadensis) at first made me think he was a rare opportunity but quickly proved to be rather tame – and not shy about begging for a handout.

gray jay perisoreus canadensis gray jay perisoreus canadensis

gray jay perisoreus canadensis white avalanche lily erythronium montanum