Rainier Lurks
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Location: Tacoma WA US
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Mt Rainier appears to hover over Tacoma due to some love level clouds. Meanwhile, the mountain makes it's own weather above its peak.


D5600; Sigma 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DC HSM OS Contemporary; ISO 100; f/6.3; 1/320 sec
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ajdooley

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Location: Waterloo IL US
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Sat 19-October-2019 08:05

What a delightful photo! I'm scratching my head trying to recognize the sight.
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Location: Shelton CT US
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Sat 19-October-2019 08:16

Great image & combination of tones!
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Location: Lowden IA US
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Sat 19-October-2019 10:36

Nice work, Mick! I like how the massive mountain seems to float over the city.
Gaduf


Location: Dowerglen ZA
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Sat 19-October-2019 12:12

Lovely capture,Mick, Beautiful perspective, Gavin
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Location: Fontenay FR
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Sat 19-October-2019 04:33

Very good work there Mike, as per dm1dave I really like the effect of the floating mountain Noel
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Sat 19-October-2019 04:35

apologies: Mick
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Location: Ridgefield CT US
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Sun 20-October-2019 11:16

Great shot Mick. I don't think even David Copperfield could make a mountain float like that. Well done!
halabbottnw


Location: Port Orchard WA US
Sun 27-October-2019 01:02

Tacoma Yacht Club.
mklass

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Location: Tacoma WA US
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Sun 27-October-2019 01:18

Yes. We had just left the basin in out Bayliner 4550.