Latest Update: Cascades from Seattle
This is a labeled, panoramic view of the Cascades Mountain Range as visible from the Seattle area.
The gigantic, clear image features over 100 labeled peaks and points of interest. It displays the view of the Cascades as seen from the I-90 bridge overlook - one of the best Seattle vantage points towards the Cascades - in all of its splendor.
Many of the most popular hiking and climbing destinations are here, from Mount Si to Mount Rainier and Glacier Peak.
There are two main forms of this image - the “continuous” view which covers the entire width of the view in one uninterrupted image, and the “split” view where the image is split into two to make a more compact print.
This product is the “split” view - for the continuous view visit it’s product page .
Both images are available available in a variety of sizes and print types - if you don't see something that matches your needs, don't hesitate to contact me and we'll figure something out!
Olympic Mountains over Seattle Panorama
Where is Mount Constance? Where's Mount Jupiter? What's the tallest peak in the Olympics that's visible from Seattle?
This is the labeled Olympic mountain peaks print you’re looking for! Over 25 peaks in the Olympic range are labeled for your identification pleasure and the full Seattle skyline is here in see-all-the-windows detail.
This 10-photo panorama was taken at Sunset on May 19, 2017. It's available in several sizes including a HUGE three-part print (a triptych). Contact me if you’re looking for a size or print type that’s not listed here.
Cascades from the Tooth 360° Panorama
Taken from the summit of The Tooth, this panorama has 77 peaks and features labeled as well as cardinal directions.
Labeled peaks include everything from Mount Rainier to Mount Baker, Glacier Peak, Adams, and Forbidden Peak in the North Cascades.
Click on the photo for a larger view or view it in the 360° Viewer!
This is a 9.5" x 59" poster print. Contact me for more print options, including HUGE prints up to 90" wide.
Yosemite Tunnel View Panorama
Tunnel View - the first moment that the valley is spread out before you when entering the park on Wawona Road. This is one of Yosemite's most famous, most photographed and most gawked-at angles. I've labeled all of the prominent peaks, paths and landmarks visible in the image.
The Cascades from Sunrise Panorama - Miles Stephenson Collaboration
This is a labelling collaboration with the outdoor photographer Miles Stephenson (instagram). Miles captured this panorama of the Cascades from near Sunrise, in Mount Rainier National Park.
I just had to label it, and found Glacier Peak, The Tooth, Granite Mountain and many more of my favorite Pacific Northwest peaks in the layers.
These prints are high-quality photographic prints using archival materials; the proceeds support both artists. Contact me for other sizes and mounting options.
North Cascades Collaboration with Drawn To High Places
This piece is a collaboration with PNW artist Nikki Frumkin, a.k.a. Drawn To High Places. I overlaid labels on the Drawn to High Places view of Forbidden Peak and the North Cascades as seen from Boston Peak.
The smaller pieces are giclée printed in Nikki's studio - please order them from Nikki’s site here. The larger 16" x 20" print is on Kodak ENDURA paper, on a black-edged gallery standout mount for wall display.
Bugaboos and Canadian Rockies 360° Panorama
I took this panorama from the false summit of Pigeon Spire, the most popular technical climb in the Bugaboos, British Columbia, Canada.
Labeled peaks include all major peaks in the Bugaboos: Bugaboo Spire, Snowpatch Spire, Howser Spire, etc. Major peaks outside the Bugs are labeled too including Jumbo Mountain, Mount Sir Donald, Mt. Ethelbert and 7 others.
Contact me for other sizes and printing/framing options.