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Mt. Hood
Photo By Randall Ayers

  • Title: Mt. Hood
  • State/Province/Region: Oregon
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Trilliam Lake
  • Nearest Town: Government Camp
  • Brief Directions: Rt 26
  • Notes: Taken during a period when I wasn't actively pursuing photography, ( I was Taking care of My My mother as Primary Care Giver while she was in hospice care).I went for a few years when I had stopped shooting film, before I Bought my Sony digital set up . From when I first moved to Vancouver Washington From NJ. after my Mom's Passing. I could see this from the road in front of my house 50 miles away and I had to go explore the new environs. The Mountain called to me.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: View of Mt. Hood From Trillium Lake Campground
  • Gear: Olypus FE-210
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    Posted on Thursday 24 July, 2014 by Laura Zirino.

    Thanks Valerie, you crack me up. Wish I were there now sooooooo baaaaaad…...

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    Posted on Tuesday 22 July, 2014 by David Bodine.

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    Posted on Tuesday 22 July, 2014 by Laura Zirino.

    Thanks Paul and Lorenzo! This is one of those scenes that a camera will never do justice to-there was nothing like being there.