On our second day in Mount Rainier National Park, my friend Brenton came to join us on a hike through the Burroughs. The fog intermittently cleared to reveal spectacular views of the mountain while keeping us cool throughout the day.
I loved the open fields out here, covered in carpets of wildflowers. We couldn’t help stopping for photos, each of us with a different type of lens: landscape, portrait, and macro.
We took a few breaks in between, patiently waiting for the fog to clear and being rewarded with epic views.
Here’s fifteen minutes later as the fog began to clear:
We took several jump shots to time it right, but this shot made it worth bringing a tripod. Here’s to more crazy, fun adventures in the outdoors with this crew!