Horace Sykes wrestles with our grandest cliche, “The Mountain That Was God,” Mt. Tahoma, Mt. Tacoma, Mt. Rainier. This is at Sunset, and Sykes sort of beats this commonplace by framing it all in a nearby landscape. The odds are only one in 365 that Horace took this photograph on June 6. (Stop. They are much better than that, because for many months in the year one cannot reach Sunrise – it is closed.) The significance of the date – June 6 – follows with the next blog insertion.