Mount Rainier As Viewed From The West

Connie Fox

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Houston, TX - United States

Pamela, thank you so much for the feature of the image in 3-a-Day Waiting Room Art. I'm happy to share it with others, and hope they enjoy this atypical view of Mount Rainier.

Houston, TX - United States

Thank you, Jim Carrell, for featuring this image in Comfortable Art. I am delighted you chose it.

Houston, TX - United States

Thank you, Bruce, for featuring this image in Cards For All Occasions. I'm delighted you chose it!

Houston, TX - United States

Denyse Duhaime, I am so pleased to have this image featured on the homepage of Amazing FAA Photographers. Thank you for honoring my work in this way.

Houston, TX - United States

Robert, thank you for featuring this western view of Mount Rainier in FAA Featured Images. I appreciate the exposure!

Houston, TX - United States

Thank you, Dan, for featuring this image in Premium FAA Artists!

Houston, TX - United States

Bob, my sincere thanks for featuring "Mount Rainier as Viewed From the West" in Beautiful Scenery. I am honored and grateful.

Houston, TX - United States

My thanks to you, too, Bobbee, for such nice comments and your vote and fave. So happy you like this image.

Houston, TX - United States

Thank you so very much, Janice, for your kind and generous words. Thank you, too, for sharing. (Please see my comment to Jerry Cowart.)

Houston, TX - United States

Thank you so much, Jerry, for your generous comment. After further research, I learned that what we're seeing on the mountain are glaciers. I assumed it to be snow, and perhaps some is. Glaciers would indeed help make this a very dangerous active volcano. I also learned it used to be about 2,000 feet taller. I just replaced this image with a corrected version to repair a pixel that had failed to fire. Hope that won't affect the tweets, but it might. Anyway, thank you for liking, faving, and promoting! I really appreciate your support.

Sparks, NV - United States

Beautiful capture; well done; vf

Montrose, CO - United States

Excellent capture of this amazing vista! Shared!

Chatsworth, CA - United States

Magnificent Shot Connie. Blue sky, white clouds and snow covered mountains in the background, beautiful work. l/v/f tweeted Jerry

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