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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Missing Mt St Helens


This weekend there is some extended family in town, and they are all going up to Mt St Helens. I have plans already made (of which I am so excited for). So unfortunately, I wont be able to go with them. I am a bit bummed, since I never miss an opportunity to go see the devastation and regrowth that is happening up there. But this old photo I took from a trip last year will have to do for now! I took this one with my fisheye lens for the slightly more rounded look of the valley.

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19 comments:

Tamar SB said...

Gorgeous! All the times I have been to Portland I have never been to St. Helens!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Beautiful! So sorry you don't get to go this time around.

Linnea said...

What a terrific capture...National Geographic worthy!

From The Heart said...

I would love to visit there. Beautiful picture!

JoJo said...

I got up there, partially, a couple weeks before I moved east. I didn't go all the way to Johnston Ridge but still got some good shots from where I stopped.

Steffi said...

Fantastic photo!

Wenche said...

Oh how beautiful it is :0) Lovely shot .0)

Gary said...

Beautiful shot!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Sally in WA said...

I hope that whatever you have planned instead of St. Helen's is just as much fun.

uberrhund said...

beautiful view of one of those places I still need to visit! Thanks for sharing on SWF!

NatureFootstep said...

great shot of the volcano.

momphotographer said...

wow! what a gorgeous photo! it look like a postcard.

Jim said...

Great scenery.
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chubskulit said...

Captured so beautifully! Have a happy weekend and happy sky watching.

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Kalantikan said...

Maybe because we don't have snow, i am very much fascinated by the snowcapped mountains, which i've only seen twice. One was in Turkey and when we had the tour at the foot i feel so really privileged and blessed. The other one was while on an airplane on top of Italy, but seeing it at that angle is much more awesome. It exudes some mystery that eludes explanation.

Nancy Claeys said...

Beautiful!

Beth said...

now that is a view. wow!! (:

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Beautiful! Would you believe that living in Eugene and La Pine my who life that I have never been to Mt. St. Helens? I remember when it blew it's stack though ... we lived in Eugene and our house had a concrete foundation. I was pregnant and resting on our waterbed and I felt the ground move ... it was the mountain blowing her top. And all that ash later on! I have some pretty pictures of The McKenzie River Valley posted today if you have time to check them out; I think that you will like them.

Kathy M.

Carmen said...

Good shot! We were up there on May 19 and I'll have to dig out those pictures to compare this one with the ones I took. I'd be happy to share them with you.