Camera: PENTAX K-5 ||
Exposure: 1/90th ||
ISO: 200 ||
Focal Length: 18mm
This rock formation near the North Cascades National Park, is known as the Liberty Bell, mostly because there is some vague resemblance to the liberty bell… much like you might see with clouds that look like elephant and so forth.
Anyway, it makes a beautiful sight, especially with the clouds that day. It’s interesting that this mountain and most of the mountains around this pass are not part of the National Park, although I was told by a local that it is part of a National Wildlife Reserve, so it is still protected. The maps I had didn’t really indicate that, but knowing Washington, there wasn’t much sign of any logging, so it must have been true.