It's been almost three years of tramping around the saturated mountains, rivers, and coastline of the Pacific Northwest and I still feel like I'm on my honeymoon. Everyday I'm outside of the city limits I find something new to pique the interest and point a camera at. I haven't been too on-the-ball with the latter, but hoping to change that this summer.
This Memorial Day Weekend, I finally checked Lake Serene off the growing to-do list. Situated in the Stevens Pass area just below the imposing cliffs of Mt. Index, Lake Serene is breathtakingly gorgeous—that is unless it's covered in fog like it was Monday. Regardless, the hike was awesome, and there's just something so wild and untamed about a misty forest.
Below are a few shots from the excursion. I'm trying to figure out the best way to do a gallery on this page, so let me know what you think.