Mount Rainier stands in dark relief to the thousands of streaks of light (called star trails) representing the movement of the stars acrossed the night sky during a thirty minute exposure made at Mount Rainier National Park near Reflection Lakes on August 13, 2002.
Mount Rainier stands in dark relief to the thousands of streaks of light (called star trails) representing the movement of the stars acrossed the night sky during a thirty minute exposure made at Mount Rainier National Park near Reflection Lakes on August 13, 2002. Dean J. Koepfler Olympian File
Mount Rainier stands in dark relief to the thousands of streaks of light (called star trails) representing the movement of the stars acrossed the night sky during a thirty minute exposure made at Mount Rainier National Park near Reflection Lakes on August 13, 2002. Dean J. Koepfler Olympian File

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