New at Rosetta Stones: New Images of Mount St. Helens!


I have, at long last, finished editing photos, and can now reveal to you that I escaped ye olde day job (and unconsciousness) for a day in order to show B around Mount St. Helens. It was a phenomenal day for photos. I’ve many-lots! I’ve put a few up at Rosetta Stones: go enjoy!

And here’s a bonus one for ye: Looking in to the maw of the volcano over the shoulder of a ridge from Coldwater Lake.

Image shows a portion of the crater; it looks a bit like a jagged mountain range covered in snow. A bit of ridge, green with new foliage and covered in stubby stumps, is visible at the bottom of the photo.

Detail of Mount St. Helens’s crater from Coldwater Lake.

I’d stay to chat, but the cat’s already disgusted I’ve got the laptop on my lap instead of her, and 20 year-old kitties get kitty cuddles on demand. See ye soon!

Comments

  1. Kevin Kehres says

    Holy snikey, you got really lucky to have such a clear day. It’s usually hazy as all get-out up there.

  2. Lithified Detritus says

    Great photos! I only got to spend a day at MSH. These pictures remind me that I really need to get back to the Pacific Northwest for some more leisurely travel.

  3. Trebuchet says

    Great indeed. My wife and I live so close that it’s practically a crime we don’t go a couple of times a year. And throw in a visit to my cousin in Portland while we’re at it.

  4. says

    Lovely! And might I add, since I haven’t on previous posts, that I’m extremely happy to hear that things are improving despite sleepiness.