Travel Theme: MOUNTAINS part 1

Thanks to Ailsa at Where’s My Backpack? for this week’s FANTASTIC theme–I don’t feel I can possibly do just one post on such a spectacular photographic subject, so I’m breaking up the 20 pictures into two posts =) Enjoy!

Mt. Hood in northern Oregon <3

Mt. Hood in northern Oregon ❤

More eastern Sierras, John Muir's "Range of Light" (as you can see!)
Mono Lake and mountains at the eastern edge of Yosemite National Park.

Mono Lake and mountains at the eastern edge of Yosemite National Park.

Mt. Shasta, far north-central California.

Mt. Shasta, far north-central California.

Mt. Davidson, eastern Sierras.

Mt. Davidson, eastern Sierras.

More eastern Sierras, with lovely rabbitbrush in the foreground, taken from near the shore of Mono Lake.

More eastern Sierras, with lovely rabbitbrush in the foreground, taken from near the shore of Mono Lake.

Taken from Aguereberry (sp?) Point above Death Valley, looking west past the Owens Valley to the snowy eastern Sierra Nevadas.

Taken from Aguereberry (sp?) Point above Death Valley, looking west past the Owens Valley to the snowy eastern Sierra Nevadas.

Stunning glacier-carved granite mountains in Yosemite.

Stunning glacier-carved granite mountains in Yosemite.

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Mt. Jefferson (i THINK, it could be Baker) in central Oregon.

Mt. Washington in central Oregon.

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10 thoughts on “Travel Theme: MOUNTAINS part 1

  1. mflahertyphoto

    Beautiful. And I love the title of your blog. If you’re an advocate of rewilding which version would you like to see? Currently native animals, animals from other continents, say Africa, or prehistoric animals?

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    1. TheRewildWest Post author

      Thanks!! I want the Earth to return, as much as possible, to how it was before industrial civilization, and eventually before civilization even. So currently native animals, basically, and the return of those who have been exptirpated from America, like in California the grizzly bear and wolf and pronghorn. Thanks for your interest =)

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