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Ever have one of those "why the hell didn't I know about this sooner" moments? I had one of those yesterday when I was sitting beneath the massive north face of Mount Baring along the shores of Barclay Lake in the Washington Cascades. This was my second trip up here; first time was a year ago but with 3-4 feet of snow still on the ground and pretty blah conditions in general, and it's amazing what a difference a couple months will make. It was still a little early for flowers and ferns, but I don't think I've ever gotten anything this good in the Cascades this early in the year before, so I really can't complain. This is also an excellent spot in the autumn, so I figure I'll be going back at least one more time this year, and probably pretty frequently in subsequent years too.
Nikon D600 + 16-35 VR @ 18mm, f/11. ISO 100, 3-sec, grads.