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Old Oct 27, 2008, 3:15 AM   #1
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Here are some Mt Rainier photo's taken from Tacoma, WA

My most famous one that is on several Corvette Forums is this one, taken two years ago with a Sony H1.


These next four were taken this past week with my Olympus E-510









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Old Oct 27, 2008, 4:12 AM   #2
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I liked #2 best for its tasteful composition in which the elements serve wellto the theme

The hovering appearance ot the mountain over the town and everything in #4 is quite impressive though!
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Thank you for the nice comments bahadir!

I never get tired of looking at or taking photo's of majestic Mt. Rainier.

Do you have any nice mountains near Izmir, Turkey?
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Thank you for the nice comments bahadir!

I never get tired of looking at or taking photo's of majestic Mt. Rainier.

Do you have any nice mountains near Izmir, Turkey?
Whichever direction you look at, you can see one! In fact, ifyou love mountainsand trekking(ah, as I do!) you never get tired of Izmir
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Thank you for the nice comments bahadir!

I never get tired of looking at or taking photo's of majestic Mt. Rainier.

Do you have any nice mountains near Izmir, Turkey?
Whichever direction you look at, you can see one! In fact, ifyou love mountainsand trekking (ah, as I do!) you never get tired of Izmir

Name some of them and I'll google 'em. I guess I could just google Izmir, Turkey too.

We have the Rocky Mountains east of Tacoma, (Mt. Rainier) and the Olympic Mountains west of Tacoma. Quite the view!

Here is shot of my Vette with the Olympic Mountains:



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Old Oct 27, 2008, 4:39 PM   #6
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Spil, Nif, Mahmut, Dede, Bozdağlar are the ones which are uppermost in my mind, and all of which I have climbed... You must also be a mountain nut :-) There's, actually, nothing which requires less excuse! I must say I loved Mt. Rainer
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Spil, Nif, Mahmut, Dede, Bozdağlar are the ones which are uppermost in my mind, and all of which I have climbed... You must also be a mountain nut :-) There's, actually, nothing which requires less excuse! I must say I loved Mt. Rainer
Have you ever climbed Mt. Rainier? If not, if your ever over here, I can put you up at my place as I only live less than 60 miles from Mt. Rainier.
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Spil, Nif, Mahmut, Dede, Bozdağlar are the ones which are uppermost in my mind, and all of which I have climbed... You must also be a mountain nut :-) There's, actually, nothing which requires less excuse! I must say I loved Mt. Rainer
Have you ever climbed Mt. Rainier? If not, if your ever over here, I can put you up at my place as I only live less than 60 miles from Mt. Rainier.
Have youreached its peak? I would love to! But it seems I'll have to suffice with itspictures forquite a while! Ah, images only raise the pain rather than curing it, aren't they :-)Anyway, I have noted your kind offer...thank you!Btw, make sureyou let me know if you ever plan to pay a visit around here ; )
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Spil, Nif, Mahmut, Dede, Bozdağlar are the ones which are uppermost in my mind, and all of which I have climbed... You must also be a mountain nut :-) There's, actually, nothing which requires less excuse! I must say I loved Mt. Rainer
Have you ever climbed Mt. Rainier? If not, if your ever over here, I can put you up at my place as I only live less than 60 miles from Mt. Rainier.
Have youreached its peak? I would love to! But it seems I'll have to suffice with itspictures forquite a while! Ah, images only raise the pain rather than curing it, aren't they :-)Anyway, I have noted your kind offer...thank you!Btw, make sureyou let me know if you ever plan to pay a visit around here ; )
Nope. I'm not a mountain climber. I have been to it's base several times and all around it. I'm satisfied just to get some good photographs of it.
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