Untitled Post 00041

Mt. Rainier stream - click for larger view

Mt. Rainier stream – click for larger view

Mt. Rainier stream (B&W oil painting - Topaz Suite)  click for larger view

Mt. Rainier stream (B&W oil painting – Topaz Suite)
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Mt. Rainier waterfall  click for larger view

Mt. Rainier waterfall
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Mt. Rainier waterfall  click for larger view

Mt. Rainier waterfall
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Color >> B&W >> Color

Color >> B&W >> Color

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9 Responses to Untitled Post 00041

  1. Chillbrook says:

    Smashing pictures Emilio!

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  2. Gorgeous photos. I’d like to get to Mt. Rainier sometime. I’m so close, yet so far.

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  3. Nice photos. I love the black/white oil painting. You are a painter, too? Impressive.

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  4. colonialist says:

    Water makes such a challenging subject, and you handle it well.
    Is the waterfall there when it is rainy or does it have to be Rainier? :)

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    • disperser says:

      First came the water . . . then rose the mountain . . . then came the waterfall.

      The place lived up to its name while we were on it. Not a heavy rain, but rain. Everything was wet and damp. I was told it’s like that most of the time. I assume, but don’t know, the waterfall would run even during periods of no rain (from the run-off).

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  5. AnnMarie says:

    Oooh, I got a good chuckle with the Rainer pun!

    Anyway, I LOVE the photos and the processes you used. Such original beauty, and then . . . voila, art! That’s one powerful index finger!

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