Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Mount Saint Helens

A view of Mount Saint Helens, showing the crater and the lava dome. The large hunks of rock in the foreground are the hummocks, parts of the summit deposited along the Toutle River Valley during the landslide that occurred during the eruption in 1980. This was from my second trip to Mt. Saint Helens; on my first trip, the cloud cover obscured the crater the entire time I was there.


MitchJ said...

Nice picture. Amazing coloring. Was this with the large-format camera?

Rakesh said...


And yes, it was with 4x5.