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A view worthy of a calendar

By on October 28, 2019 in Outdoor Fun with 0 Comments
The Tumwater Canyon in the fall, by photographer Dan Fitting

By Dan Fitting

I’ve been blessed with the privilege to see the mountains in southern Germany, Austria and Switzerland. 

Yes, they have more mountains, higher mountains and beautiful mountains covered with trees, but we are blessed to live in an area with beautiful mountains as well. 

A trip over Snoqualmie and Stevens passes in the fall, with all the colors can take your breath away. 

Tumwater Canyon is one of those areas. Add the Wenatchee River and the old Great Northern Railway Bridge, and you have a scene worthy of any calendar.

The bridge was part of the water system for the electric power plant to run the electric train engines through the Cascade Tunnel and was built around 1909. 

It is part of a great hiking trail now, so on your next trip over Stevens Pass, stop and smell the roses, (or should I say forest).

For other examples of my photography, visit my website at www.danfittingphotography.com.

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