Mt. Jefferson from Detroit
Lake. This image is for sale as a Chromira custom print, see below.
This was a quietly beautiful late winter
day at Detroit Lake. Unlike Mt. Hood, Mt. Jefferson's rugged west
side is quite difficult to see from most Western Oregon locations,
and many who live in the Willamette Valley don't realize how magnificent
Oregon' s second-highest mountain can be! The mountain rises brillantly
in the winter sky while pale tendrils of blue wood smoke drift
over the mostly empty expanse of Detroit Lake reservoir..... I
am offering this scene for sale as a custom Chromira print in
sizes from 8x12 up to 13x20 inches.
E-mailer: firstname.lastname@example.org, or click for
a direct link to communicate with me about ordering "Mt.
Jefferson, Detroit Lake"
here to learn about the Milk Creek flood event of late 2006 (Milk
Creek's headwaters are just around the right- hand edge of the
peak, in the image above
You will find some images of
Oregon's largest city, Portland, further below, and I hope you
enjoyed the above image of wild Oregon. Do not neglect visiting
the other 300+ pages of my website, where you will find many images
and much information about the wilder side of Oregon. My site's
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Below you'll see a
link to a daytime picture of Oregon's highest-- and most easily
visible-- peak, Mt. Hood, on a brillant mid-winter day, Mt.
U.S. Bank Tower and Mt. Adams
the Woodburn Drag Racing Strip
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