An unexpected sunny day is always a good chance to take pictures of Mt. Baker. This is the view from Skagit (sounds like gadget) Valley, about 20 miles south of us. We are getting a side view from here - with many of the peaks of Mt. Baker showing, We don't see all of those from Bellingham. The big round dome is Grant Peak - it is just one part of the entire mountain, with many nearby peaks named after other presidents, making up Mt. Baker.
Mt. Baker was wearing her lenticular cloud - just like a pretty Sunday hat.
The lenticular clouds are formed by the mountains own specific environment.
In the fields below Mt. Baker two Bald Eagles discussed the weather (frozen seasonal pond in a farm field), lunch (nearby ducks and Snow Geese) and just general items of interest to two Bald Eagles on a sunny afternoon.