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Northwest Nature & Wildlife Photography Message Board Northwest Nature & Wildlife Photography Discussion Forum › Sunset to Sunrise Milky Way Shoot at Rainier

Sunset to Sunrise Milky Way Shoot at Rainier

user 137436562
Mukilteo, WA
Post #: 1
I was considering a trip to Rainier Sunday or Monday night to shoot the sunset, Milky Way and sunrise. Probably get there mid afternoon to double check the location I have in mind, then run to Paradise for sunset and then up to Sunrise around 10pm and a short 0.25-0.5m hike in the dark to the location for the Milky Way until about 2-3am. Then back down to Tipsoo Lake or stay at Sunrise for the sunrise. Then possibly sleep a few hours before returning home by noon.

Anyone interested?
user 153199642
Everett, WA
Post #: 1
Shane, I'm a new member here, I would have gone.

user 137436562
Mukilteo, WA
Post #: 2
Maybe next time?
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