Thursday, October 16, 2008

Mt . St. Helens


For Sky Watch Friday


Mt St. Helens,WAshington.

19 comments:

Ivar Ivrig said...

Beautiful. I love the mountains. Happy SWF.

JennWasHere said...

I so love this picture. Very scenic.

Mine is posted here and here. Hope you could drop by, too! Happy weekends!

High Desert Diva said...

She's still lovely, even with her top blown off...

storyteller said...

What a spectacular view of the sky above Mt. St Helens! I’ve shared ‘pink clouds on blue skies’ (and a bit of haiku) at Sacred Ruminations ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Carla said...

Beautiful shot!

vincibene said...

WOW! I was there 1981. Impressive picture!

Strider said...

I'll bet they are nice pictures...but I couldn't get them to download. Have a good weekend.

Shelby said...

awesome photo of a beautiful tragic scene.

April said...

What a great picture of Mt. St. Helens! The clouds are lovely.

Louise said...

Well, you pretty much couldn't go wrong with a view like this! Fabulous SWF photo!

Carver said...

Gorgeous shot of the sky over the mountains.

Arija said...

Lovely skywatch photo, but I adore the lawn daisies in your header.

Jan said...

Beautiful. Thank you.

PERBS said...

Wondering if this is a recent photo. . . I was there about 4 years ago or so.

Also posted n poverty. . .

Jeannelle said...

This is gorgeous! Greetings from Iowa.

Laura ~Peach~ said...

beautiful!

robin bird said...

you are very good at these skywatch photos. i have a habit of pointing at the things close-up and yet i find these photos of yours to be wonderful reminders of what it is about oregon that brought me here in the fist place ...i mean other than foolishness and daring! the fact that everywhere i looked i saw something that made me feel awed and happy to live in such beauty. so thank you for these reminders yolanda!

Sharon Lynne said...

It's nice to know there are beautiful places in our world. I loved the picture.

one little acorn said...

I had a penpal when I was about 12 who sent me a photo of him in front of Mt St Helens when it was smoking and (I thought) spurting fire and lava too... Maybe this is my memory palying tricks!
It looks so calm and beautiful now.