Crater Colors (). Photo by BriarCraft

Crater Colors

Uploaded by: BriarCraft

Wednesday July 16, 2014

WA

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Image Description: I have visited Mt St Helens many times since its May 18, 1980, eruption, but this is the first time I have visited in early evening. With the sun overhead, the crater appears to be glaring shades of gray and white. Here, with the sun low in the sky, for the first time, I saw colors. I had no idea there was color in the crater. What a wonderful discovery!

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