Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Mt. Adams from Hood River

Working my way around a panoramic view from my afternoon in Hood River.  Pear tree facing south, rainbow facing west, and now Mt. Adams facing north.  This also came as a surprise to me.  The elevation changes so much that at any given time you could see no volcanoes, one, two, three, or on rare occasion four.  From this view in the hilly blueberry field, you can see Mt. Adams to the north and probably see Mt. Hood to the south, but the southern view was completely clouded over, so I'm not sure. Love all the snow on Mt. Adams!  I'm sure Hood and St. Helens will look the same once we get a clear day.  I missed seeing these snow peaks during out hot summer.

4 comments:

Karen S. said...

I believe the view is stunning in every season!

Viera said...

Beautiful scenery...really lovely landscape...Great shot

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful.

Linda W. said...

Ah, such lovely mountain views from the hills of Hood River.