I take a ridiculously large amount of photos of roads, paths, passage ways, streets and bridges! And I have found a photo challenge where I can put some of these pictures to work! Finally I have a chance to connect with like-minded folks who find delight in the different “ways” a journey can go.
This post is dedicated to the Which Way Photo Challenge.
This is US Highway 20 in Washington State, and this particular stretch where the road cuts a valley through the Cascades Mountain range, is called the Washington Pass. US-20 is special as it is the only road to get to the North Cascades National Park. In fact, US-20 runs across the entire length of the North Cascades National Park, a beautiful rugged under-the-radar national park, with majestic mountains peaks and alpine lakes.