Photo Friday: Mt. Baker Glaciers

Washington is the second most-glaciated state in the United States, after Alaska. Mount Baker, located in the North Cascade Range, is an active stratovolcano that contains about 49 square kilometers of glaciers. The region is a popular skiing destination and the surrounding Skagit Valley provides a beautiful location from which to photograph glaciers.

Chris Pribbernow is an outdoor and sports photographer based in Washington. He recently captured the Skagit Valley and Mount Baker glaciers. Take a look at some of the photographs from his visits or see his other images from Washington State @PribbernowPhotography.

 

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A view of the glaciers on Mount Baker from the Skagit Valley in Washington State (Source: Chris Pribbernow)

 

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View of Mount Baker as a flock of birds takes flight (Source: Chris Pribbernow).

 

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The Skagit Valley (Source: Chris Pribbernow).

 

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Wildflowers in the valley (Source: Chris Pribbernow).

 

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Mt. Baker, with farmland in the foreground (Source: Chris Pribbernow).
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