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Lahar and Lupine

An early-summer display of Lupine amidst young Douglas Firs as seen from the lahar viewpoint on the southeast aspect of Mount St. Helens. This area was destroyed by a 40mph lahar within 15 minutes after the May 18, 1980 eruption. The V -shaped notch on the east summit rim is the truncated bottom half of a valley cut by the Shoestring Glacier. The glacier, once fed by a large snowfield near the summit, instantly melted at the onset of the eruption. Mount St. Helens, Cascade Mountains, Washington

Fujiflex Supergloss Limited Edition Print

20 x 24, Edition of 10 (First Tier, Prints 1-3)


30 x 40, Edition of 10 (First Tier, Prints 1-3)


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