Mt. Rainer and Barn

© Jim Miotke

Mt. Rainer and Barn

America A. Block 8/28/2001 2:36:48 PM

Beautiful photo. I love how the sun breaks just past the barn. #565

Stephen 9/9/2001 10:07:03 AM

Perfect compostion. And the yellow tint from the sun really brings this photo out. I have been to Mt. Rainer, but never encountered the chance to photograph there without it raining and being overcast. This photo is beautiful. Keep up the good work. #1028

Michael Shirk 9/12/2001 1:18:20 AM

Jim, I grew up outside of Seattle (Belfair on Hood Canal) and love this picture. I left almost thirty years ago and live in Atlanta. I would like to know where this was taken (it looks very familiar) and how I can purchase an image good enough to print 13 by 19 on my epson 1280. After today's events Mt. Rainer is a very comfortable site.
I have a cable modem so file size is not an issue. #1091

Jim Miotke 9/23/2001 12:51:01 AM

Hi Michael,

This was shot on the road from Puyallup toward Northwest Trek. I can't remember the actual street name but if you are interested I will be happy to look it up as soon as the wife gets home with the car (and, thus, the maps).

Thanks very much for your comments. #1273

Joan Bellinger 8/16/2002 8:51:20 PM

Jim, In early May 1994, I traveled to the Seattle - Tacoma area for a job interview at Weyerhauser. From the second or third story of their building was a beautiful view of Mt. Ranier quite similar to your photo. Upon leaving Sea-Tac airport the next morning, we were able to see the peak above the clouds. #11725

Jim Miotke 8/22/2002 4:46:24 PM

It is a very impressive sight, isn't it? My breath is continually taken away driving along the backroads and freeways and catching a glimpse of the mountain. #12202

Margie Campbell 10/2/2002 11:58:09 PM

You were probably on Meridian. It goes from Puyallup out past Graham and eventually ends up at Rainer. We lived in Spanaway (near Puyallup & Tacoma) for about 14 years. I never tired of the view. Those who live in the Seattle/Tacoma area know that this mountain "Moves" around quite a bit. Sometimes it seems north, sometimes east... a trick of the senses, from the directional changes in the highways.
Nothing like taking kids to school, sitting in the parking lot, coffee & paper in hand... just to watch the sunrise over the mountain.. breathtaking. #16374

Jim Miotke 10/3/2002 4:57:40 PM

Yes, you are correct. I should have done this as a Where in the World contest - Your specific answer would have done very well ;)


Amber J. Housey

I have to respond to this beautiful picture because I am so moved by that part of the country. My sister lives and works in the Seattle area. I love to visit. I wrote a poem about it. When I post it on the Poetry site, I will let you know. Thanks for this site. I just found it and it is such a creative release for me. I love it. My photos on here are "I look Up To You" (people),"Squirrel's Eye View" and "Beginning or End". #107373

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Landscape image shot in the late afternoon light, on my way back from Northwest Trek.

Uploaded on 9/27/2001 3:15:25 AM

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