Photos of Winter Scene (9)
There are (9) photos of the keyword,
, available on our website. They are pictured below.The pictures are organized by category.
B & W
Aerial and Aviation
#10 — This is a scenic photo overlooking the country land of Enumclaw, WA on a snowy, icy day. This picture was taken on the trail of Mt. Peak. Mount Peak is a popular hike many people of Enumclaw and the surrounding cities go on. The hike is about 1 mile up to the top of the peak to where you can view almost the entire city of Enumclaw. Enumclaw is a small town located about 30 miles from Mt. Rainier and about 50 minutes southeast of Seattle. Most of Enumclaw's land consists of farms and fields with many houses containing acres of land.
Mt. Peak Snow View
#29 — A beautiful
picture taken when Washington state had a blast of cold weather and snow. This photo was taken in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains in Enumclaw, Washington. In this picture you can see a snow covered driveway with shadows from the sun shining over it. The trees surrounding the driveway are covered in snow.
#282 — This is a scenic photo taken of a cabin in Lake Tahoe right after a huge snow storm passed through. This photo has great contrast between the blue sunny sky and the freshly fallen snow.
in Lake Tahoe
#1472 — A close up picture taken of a snowy tree branches.
Snowy Tree Branches
#1474 — A scenic vertical picture taken of a water stream/creek flowing between snow covered banks and trees. This picture was taken in Mt. Rainier National Park near Longmire. Longmire (elevation 2,761 ft.) is the park's oldest developed area, located just inside the southwest Nisqually entrance.
Water Creek Between Snow
#198 — A pretty view at Lake Tahoe during a November snow storm in 2004. The Lake Tahoe Basin was formed by geologic block (normal) faulting about 2 to 3 million years ago. A geologic block fault is a fracture in the Earth's crust causing blocks of land to move up or down. Snow, rain, and streams filled the southern and lowest part of the basin, forming the ancestral Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe Snow, Clouds, & Beach
#1470 — A scenic picture taken of lots of snow on trees and branches located at Mt. Rainier National Park near Longmire. Longmire is situated between the Nisqually River and natural spring-fed meadows that were discovered accidentally by pioneer James Longmire in 1883.
Snow on Trees & Branches
#1499 — A scenic vertical picture of a snowy tree limb sticking out of the ground in Mt. Rainier National Park near Longmire.
Snowy Tree Limb
#1494 — A scenic picture taken of a snowy and white wilderness
located in Mt. Rainier National Park near the Longmire area.
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