Stormy skies to the south.
Cathedral Rock just above Peggy’s Pond.
Shadows over Baker and the Salish Sea.
Looking up at Middle Palisade and Norman Clyde.
The imposing north face of Stuart.
Crazy clouds forming around the summit of Buck.
Descending to Crystal Lake.
Ice falls always look cooler in black and white…
Black and white of the Glacier Peak Wilderness.
Closeup of Chair Peak.
Admiring Little Alien Couloir. People ski that?!
Crevasses always look cooler in black and white.
Cruising down the 7 steps of Paradise.
I never get tired of this one.
The complex maze of towers on Venusian Blind.
Kylie strikes a dramatic pose atop Golden Horn.
Looking towards Sherpa Peak.
Kylie ascneds Gannet with the Dinwoody Glacier beneath.
Looking back on the Terror Glacier.
Filtered sunlight high on Eldorado.
The unique cannonhole feature.
Mt. Cashmere reflects in a still Colchuck Lake.
Mt. Whitney and Mt. Irvine looming large.
Mighty Johannesburg across the valley.
Sir Donald graciously accepts the afternoon spotlight.
Our first view of the not-so-distant Black Peak.
The cool “Tree Diamond” on Table Mountain.
The Nooksack Cirque and Pickets behind.
My favorite mountain.
Cool lighting on Table Mountain and Baker.
The massive west face of Fremont Peak.
The incredible knife-edge of Matthes Crest.
The imposing view of Wolf’s Head from Pingora.
Tenpeak commands the spotlight.
Rooftop views of the northern Chiwaukum.
The west face of Chair Peak looms large.
Foggy peaks loom over Snow Lake.
Morning light on the Tooth and Great Scott Basin.
Saska Peak in the early morning.
Looking back on the group I passed.
Chair and Kaleetan dominate the Snoqualmie Backcountry.
Entering the shadows beneath Table Mountain.
Chimney Rock and Overcoat.
Kylie skins towards Titcomb Basin under dreamy clouds.
Sunrise over Mount Lester and Seneca Lake.
Baker through the outlet of Iceberg Lake.
Climber on the arete pitch of the SW Rib of SEWS.
Sun disappearing behind Chair Peak at Snow Lake.
Closeup of the entire Olympus Massif.
Mt. Rainier decapitated by clouds.
Bryant Peak and the Tooth along the crest looking south.
Across the valley, La Sal Mountains.
A lone skier skins towards the Nisqually Chute.
Hoof Peak poking above the clouds.