On the way to Balisage in Montréal, the plane flew very low for the first part of the trip, about 19 000 feet (about 5800 m), to escape the smoke from fires in the Okanagan. Unusually for me, I was in the window seat and decided to take some photos of Mount Baker and the other mountains as we flew by. Mount Baker is familiar to everyone in Vancouver who can see far enough south; when we lived in an apartment in Yaletown we could judge the weather and the air pollution by how clear Mount Baker looked. Flying by with such a good view gave me a good chance to see what it looks like from the other side.
The rest of the photos from the set are up on Flickr, tagged with “mountains”, should you be interested.