ERIN TYNER



RAINIER

On my first trip to Washington in 2008, Mount Rainier National Park was at the top of my must-see list. The state’s highest summit is also one of the world’s most dangerous volcanoes. Inverting the photographs lends the clouds an ominous smoke-like appearance, a reminder of the menace that coexists with the majesty. In 2012, I moved cross-country from Atlanta to Seattle, and consider myself fortunate to be able to see this monstrous beauty whenever the sky is clear or, as the locals say, “the mountain’s out.”

Rainier No. 1

Rainier No. 2

Rainier No. 3

Rainier No. 4

Rainier No. 5


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