The highest part of Mt. Rainier accessible to cars is Sunrise Point. It was damp and lonely there. On a fine day it’s a majestic view, which I’ve now accepted that I have missed. On a gloomy day, well…it’s a sea of rain clouds.
In the last picture, I was looking over the edge of the cliff at 6400 miles above sea level. I was trying to find the top of the world when I realized that I was standing right on it.
Mt. Rainier, Washington.
somehowlou: (via Toast Women - AW13 December 53 / 53 - Photograph by Nicholas James Seaton - www.toast.co.uk) (via TumbleOn)
quillandfox: Sometimes the best art to frame on your wall is a cover from your favorite book. Image sources: book via The Fox is Black; book frame via Bookish England; (via TumbleOn)
natgeofound: Shepherd College buit this house to attract youngsters to summer courses. Bedroom, stairs, kitchen—everything is miniature. Shepherdstown, West Virginia, August 1948.Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic (via TumbleOn)