Mountain Lilly's

© Paul A. Harrett

Mountain Lilly's

Uploaded: July 21, 2004 16:03:32


The true name is Glacial Lilly's but have another image with the same name.


Vern E. Wahlberg July 21, 2004

VERY NICE PAUL.. #150202

Kerry Drager March 02, 2005

Hi Paul: A well-deserved congratulations ... this is such an awesome image! In fact, this shot makes a fine selection for BetterPhoto's monthly "Where in the World?" quiz. It will be featured in the new issue of BP's PhotoFlash newsletter.

So please don't give away the location, Paul - let's see if anyone can come up with the correct answer! I'll check back later to see how things are going.

Again, Paul, congrats on your excellent photo. And, for everyone else, have fun guessing where this scene can be found!

Best regards,
Kerry Drager #1143889

March 03, 2005

Beautiful photo. I am honestly unsure where it was taken. I'm going to go out on a limb and say...Alaska?? #1145805

David Bieda March 03, 2005

The photo is taken at Mount Rainier National Park. I worked there during college in the summer of 1985. One of the best summers of my life. Nice shot! #1145861

March 03, 2005

Definitely Mt. Rainier. Unfortunately, it's my mom who has hiked around the entire mountain, and not me, but I'm going to guess either Paradise or Spray Park? #1145891

March 03, 2005

Breath-taking! #1146045

Kathleen N. Nelson March 03, 2005

I was going to guess it was taken at Mount Saint Helen's, but I must be wrong. #1146101

Christine Elsdon March 03, 2005

My guess is it was taken from the Methow Valley, Winthrop, WA. looking up to Gardner mountain, Washington North Cascades. #1146253

March 03, 2005

My guess is... Mount Rainier (Wahington state)? #1146302

Tyler B. Sutcliffe March 03, 2005

Mount McKinley (Denali) Alaska #1146487

March 03, 2005

Looks like Mt. Rainier to me! #1146519

March 03, 2005 #1146523

March 03, 2005

Looks like the east side of Mt. Baker, taken from the Artist Point area.

(Sorry for the previous post, it was an accident!)

Howard Greenberg March 04, 2005

It is Mt. Ranier, I was there this summer! #1147031

John C. Bushnell March 04, 2005

Mt. Rainier in Washington. I see it every day on my way to work in Bremerton, WA.

John Bushnell #1147450

March 04, 2005

Mt. Rainier National Park. But my question is what month and what meadow? If I had to guess I'd say late May or early June. #1147464

March 04, 2005

Mt Rainier, taken from the Paradise meadows area in the Mount Rainier National Park, Washington State. #1147585

Marlene Shuman March 04, 2005

It's Mt. Rainier. I have a similar photo without the lilies. #1148533

March 06, 2005

Yes, no doubt Mt. Rainier, from Mt. Rainier Nat'l Park. #1151535

Gail Apple March 07, 2005

my guess is #1154477

March 07, 2005

I was pretty sure it was Mt. Rainier, and many other messages ahead of me have confirmed that. A few summers ago we spent a week camping in the area, and totally enjoyed ourselves. Beautiful shot of the lilies (not to mention the grandeur of the mountain itself)!!! :-) #1154499

Kerry Drager April 02, 2005

Hi everyone,
Thanks for taking part in BetterPhoto's "Where in the World?" quiz. And, for all of you who said that this is Mount Rainier (in Washington state) ... well, you're right!

Thanks for contributing ... and again, Paul, congrats on capturing this awesome image!

Best regards,
Kerry Drager


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