Mount St. Helens from Portland Oregon

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    Mount St. Helens from Portland Oregon. Kodachrome 64.

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    thayne2k, raul_the_truck, Ruthie Rado, and 47 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. PATARIKA 63 months ago | reply

      Great dramatic photo! Super composition, lighting and colour! The mountain looks beautiful and makes a perfect backdrop :)

    2. Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson 63 months ago | reply

      How perfect! Great view, no smog, great night lighting. Perfect!

    3. sunshineupton 60 months ago | reply

      what a beautiful photo! mind if I blog this?

    4. pdxsafariguy 60 months ago | reply

      awesome perspective! will need to go look for this spot!

    5. BrandyVSOP 57 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Architecture of Portland, Oregon USA, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    6. rubaduc 49 months ago | reply

      Great picture, although the telephoto lens exaggerates the size of the mountain compared to Fremont Bridge.

    7. The Tyee 46 months ago | reply

      Nice image, Keith! We've used it to illustrate a series of articles we published about Portland. You can see those here: thetyee.ca/Series/2009/08/03/PortlandVsVancouver/

      Thanks!
      The Tyee

    8. Alex DeSpain 31 months ago | reply

      Mount St. Helens is on the east side, and it is not nearly that big...

      Nice photoshop job though..

    9. Keith Skelton - California Photography Workshops 31 months ago | reply

      not photoshop... shot in 1982 with Kodachrome film from the West Hills looking NE.

    10. jonetwooten@rocketmail.com 8 days ago | reply

      Hi Keith,
      Thanks for sharing your beautiful photo of Portland. I've featured it in my post 20 Free Things to Do in Portland, giving you photo credit.

      www.thescooptoahealthylife.com/category/travel/

      Thanks,
      Jw

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