Driving down from Oregon on an October afternoon to photograph this mountain, I arrived at a good vantage point in the late afternoon.
Being from Oklahoma and a geologist, the opportunity to photograph a significant volcano under these lighting conditions seemed too good to be true. I set up and began to make exposures of the fading light, with a dynamic atmosphere driving clouds over the mountain every few minutes before the light faded. This was followed by a three-hour drive back to our rental cabin in Oregon.Upload YOUR Picture • WIN $200 Cash
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