Mount Tahoma is the Native American (Puyallup) name for the mountain we call Rainier, the name means Mother of Water. It stands 14,410ft (4,392m) tall and is located in the Cascade Mountain Range of Washington State. The glacier in this image is Emmons Glacier and is the headwater of the White river. The peak at the left of the image is Little Tahoma Peak. This image was captured from Sunrise Ridge 6,400ft (1,950m) at sunrise.
Processed HDR image using Dynamic-Photo HDR and PhotoShop CS2.