Three Fingered Jack
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|This is Three Fingered Jack in the Central Oregon Cascades, an extinct volcano. The trees in the middle ground were caught in a huge fire that began from a lightening strike a few years back and swept across the landscape for weeks and orders for evacuation were issued to the local residents.|
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your my neighbour.
I thought first an photo from the Matterhorn.
Then I read and it are taken in Oregon.
Good pov but the snow on the mountain looks overexposure.
Nice warm autum colours.
- [2010-10-08 5:19]
Hello Steven, my upstair neighbour!
You had the same idea!! Mountains and trees. Interesting to see the differences! The shape of this Three-fingered Jack is very impressive and the trees also. They look quite different from ours. Your picture is presented like a painting, I think that was the effect you had the intention to reach.
Hope you are well and I send you "mes meilleures pensées".