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What Doquebluth gave the world At just about 4pm the sun dipped into a little gap in the clouds and Doquebulth (in Nisqually, local native, mythology he created the sunand sent his brother Tlo-qualth to live there) gave this lovely gift of a beautiful sunset on Mt. Rainier to me Geotagged,United States Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

What Doquebluth gave the world

At just about 4pm the sun dipped into a little gap in the clouds and Doquebulth (in Nisqually, local native, mythology he created the sunand sent his brother Tlo-qualth to live there) gave this lovely gift of a beautiful sunset on Mt. Rainier to me

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  1. Beautiful, thank you for sharing this great gift! Posted 4 years ago
  2. Gorgeous lighting! Well done. Posted 4 years ago
    1. lol... I was just in the right place at the right time. It was like that for probably less than 5-10 min and I was running around like a goofball because I didn't want to miss it, but I needed to be sure I was down the mountain and out of the park before they closed and locked the gate for the night too :p It was so crisp up there, I can imagine when the sky is clear that the star gazing must be incredible. Posted 4 years ago
      1. I can picture it perfectly, because I have been in that exact position plenty of times before, running around like chicken with its head cut off trying to get everything in place before time runs out.

        And that is funny that you mention the star gazing. I have wanted to spend a night out under the stars at Rainier since the first time I was there in 2011! I bet it would be spectacular!
        Posted 4 years ago

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Uploaded Jan 7, 2015. Captured Jan 6, 2015 16:02 in Skyline Trail, Ashford, WA 98304, USA.
  • X-E1
  • f/7.1
  • 1/60s
  • ISO200
  • 32.9mm