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Exploring Tahoma & Sun-a-do

This past weekend the United States celebrated the 100th birthday of the National Parks Service, one of our greatest inventions. (Ken Burns agrees.) To commemorate the occasion Kari-Lise, myself, some friends and family explored trails in Mt. Rainier and Olympic National Park. As before, I figured I’d share a few pics. Click to view them larger.

Everything here was shot with my iPhone 6S and processed with VSCO.

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2 thoughts on “Exploring Tahoma & Sun-a-do

  1. Fun adventures! I never fail to be amazed by the beautiful pics you take with your iPhone. They are gorgeous, and it speaks to your skill in composition and framing among other things. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words! The secret is to take a lot of photos then edit out the bad ones. (Taking a few photography classes in college also helps.) That said, I’m nowhere near as good as Kari-Lise or my brother Nicholas.

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