A Photo a Week Challenge: Mountain

Here are some photos of Mt. Saint Helen’s after she blew her top. Taken on the east of the mountain.

Yellowstone Lake with the Tetons in the background. The Grand Tetons from Wyoming. We drove the road into mountain, some scenery along the top of mountain. I believe we were in Wyoming.

Campground on US 395 California. We Camp there and made trips to explore the area.


The first picture is on the Idaho side and is known as Heaven’s Gate. You look down at the lowest point of the canyon.

The last two picture are the Blue Mountains on the Oregon side of the Snake River known as Hell’s Canyon. Nearby is a point known as Hat’ Point.

Here are some mountain on the East side of California.

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  1. lghiggins says:

    Nice! I particularly like the snowcapped peaks! I still remember the first time (about 40 years ago?) I was in Colorado mountains in the summer and there was snow on the ground. As a Southern girl, I just could’t imagine it was possible. I had to get out of the truck to touch it!

  2. Great photos! Thanks for joining the challenge!

  3. DailyMusings says:

    wonderful mountains- you have been so many places!

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