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Home / Indian Bar Photos WA 34
- The dawn of the next day promised to be clear as the sun peeks out of the clouds. This is looking up the valley along Indian Bar.
- Here is the Indian Bar Shelter from near the bridge over the Ohanapecosh River.
- Cold fall mornings make you feel gratefule to have been in the shelter.
- Mt. Rainier is obscured down in the valley. The Ohanapecosh River flows along the snow-covered gravel bar.
- There are only a few small pools of water along the streambed. Most of the water drains into the gravel.
- Steep walls rim the glacier-carved valley above the Indian Bar Shelter. Winter comes early to the high country.
- I liked the patterns of the rocks along the stream where a light dusting of snow fills in the gaps between the stones.
- The bridge over Ohanapecosh River looks rickety and slippery after a light dusting of snow.
- This is a sure sign that elk are in the area. You can see that elk have rubbed most of the bark off this tree getting the velvet off their antlers.
- On a rainy day you can look for the small things like this conch.
- There are a lot of different kinds of fungsu along this trail. Here are some nice white ones.
- A closeup of those nice white mushrooms.
- Here is a lovely pattern of fungus growing on a dead tree along the trail near Nickel Creek.
- I love the way the earlier rainfall has pooled on this mushroom. What a color!
- More lovely little mushrooms growing on the downed trunk of a tree near Nickel Creek Camp.