Mount Ranier is a huge, sleeping volcano and the tallest mountain in the Cascade Range with an altitude of 14,410 feet. Although summer is brief in the subalpine area, it is spectacular!
“Summer shines through the thin mountain air with an explosion of colors and textures. The entire area is transformed by meadows of dazzling wild flowers. In this painting, two young black-tailed fawns bask in the tall grass along a glacier stream as their mother surveys the high meadows.”
– Rod Frederick