This is an image from a few years back taken close to this time of the year-Native Pacific Rhododendrons on the slopes of Mt. Walker high above the Puget Sound. Every year around the summer solstice on the mid-range slopes of the rain shadow areas of the east side of the Olympics, these Rhododendrons show off their magnificent bloom. I captured this image in the early morning light around 6:30 AM. Mt. Walker rises right from the Puget Sound’s Hood Canal making for a beautiful perspective. This is a new interpretation of this image that has been in my portfolio for some time.
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