a computer programmer, Glenn Williams recently moved from
Kirkland to a farm near Ellensburg in order to be closer to the
peaks. He's evangelistic in his newfound career as a photographer.
"Countless people have looked up at these summits and
wondered what it looked like (from the top). The only way to
really photograph these mountains is to spend a long time up
there." He hopes that his photos will find an audience among
people with disabilities - especially children - who can't go to
the summits themselves. "Maybe I can be their eyes and
Williams has a web site with stories about his climbs (http://www.summitloft.com/),
and a new line of posters, prints and postcards with a special
online Grand Opening October 5, 2000. "I'm still not sure
that I've found my voice, but I have enough ability to bring
something special to others."
by Glenn Wiliams
For more information visit http://www.summitloft.com
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Williams in his "office"
Glenn Williams, All Rights Reserved Worldwide