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Here is another view of Mt. Rainier, this time from the south east. As the day went on it got cloudier and cloudier and this shot was about the last one where I could still see the top. Any volcano that is 14,410 ft (4392m) tall and gets as much precipitation as this place does you would have to expect clouds a fair bit of the time. Under the clouds from this view are the Nisqually, Paradise, Muir, and Cowlitz glaciers, which are all in retreat.

This shot is a re-post after comments that the original was too sharp. Even though I've taken a large number of shots with the D70 I'm still trying to figure out the ideal amount of USM for my landscapes before posting on TrekEarth. I uploaded the old version as a workshop. Thanks to everybody who critiqued the first version.

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