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Olympic Mountains, Washington by Sam Abell A heavy fog fills a valley in the Olympic Mountains of Washington State. Created from ancient seafloor, the mountains are not very high—Mount Olympus is only 8,000 feet (2,400 meters) above sea level—but they include more than 200 glaciers

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“Olympic National Park, which was founded by President Franklin Roosevelt in 1938, is a diverse and incredibly beautiful. The banks often envelops the fog, with breathtaking sound of the surf, a great country with a shimmering alpine lakes, lush, green meadows, glaciers and beautiful marble North American forests.“

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Seattle, Washington - Absolutely gorgeous - I90 bridge / Lake Washington / looking east toward the Olympic mountain range ("the Olympics")

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