I have thought since of what I could use as the other side.
Here in Washington (and in Oregon), there are two sides of the Cascade mountain range. On our side it is dry and we have weather extremes, on the other side it is wet and mild.
The view of a mountain can be disorienting when we view it from the other side. Let me show you Mt. Rainier from different sides.
|from Bonney Lake|
|near Paradise (Do you see that ridge on the right? Notice that it is the same ridge that is on the left from Sunrise.)|
|another from Sunrise area|
|from Hwy 12--this and Packwood and Sunrise are MY side of the mountain|
I remember taking my Campfire group to a weekend sponsored by the Council in Portland Oregon. On Sunday morning we had a service at their campfire circle, which had an amazing view of Mt. Hood. As I sat and looked at it I was a bit puzzled, till I realized why I was disjointed. We had several times hiked near Satus Pass in Washington, where there is a view of Mt. Hood.
It is not as obvious from this photo taken near Goldendale, WA, but there is a slight but
I am going to go back to that first Rainier image for my header. It is the other side of the mountain almost literally from where we live. It also represents the other side of the family, as it was take from the window of my daughter's in-laws' home in Bonney Lake. They have that incredible picture postcard view--when it isn't raining.
What did the other Header challengers find on the other side? My sidebar bears the answer in their links.