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Mt Shuksan Reflected Tote Bag featuring the photograph Mt Shuksan Reflected by Tom Cochran

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Mt Shuksan Reflected Tote Bag

Tom Cochran

by Tom Cochran



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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Mt Shuksan Reflected" by Tom Cochran.   Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

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Mt Shuksan Reflected. Mt Shuksan, at 9131 feet, is one of the most photographed peaks in the North Cascades. Reflections are often photographed in... more

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Comments (1)

Bennett Harris

Bennett Harris

Great Shot Tom! Is this particular spot hard to find or is it pretty obvious? Will be headed up their next month. Again, great capture

Tom Cochran replied:

Thanks, Bennett. Artist Point is at the very end of the Mt Baker Highway in northwestern Washington state. If you park at Artist Point parking lot, this location is 50 yards or so up the hill. August won't be a problem at all. The road will be several feet deep in snow by late November, early December. Good travels. Thanks again.

Artist's Description

Mt Shuksan Reflected. Mt Shuksan, at 9131 feet, is one of the most photographed peaks in the North Cascades. Reflections are often photographed in Picture Lake. This small, unnamed snow melt pond is at Artist Point on Mt Baker, and reflects just the snow-capped peak of Mt Shuksan in September. The path is a challenge when covered by a few inches of snow and ice. September, 2016.

About Tom Cochran

Tom Cochran

Welcome to my Vagabond Photography site. Much of my work is shot in Washington state, though I also wander other places in the western US and in southern British Columbia. I hope you enjoy the images of the places, things, and people that are displayed here. Vagabond Photography means seeking interesting, fun, remarkable sights, being a will-o'-the-wisp in search of the unusual, the beautiful, the engaging, and the truly awe inspiring. Perhaps you'd like to join me on my journeys. Welcome to my corner of the world! Welcome to Vagabond Photography, vagabonding (wandering) across the Pacific Northwest.