Mt. Baker's Crater

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  1. Jim Dockery

    Jim Dockery Well-Known Member

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    A side view into the crater (on the left) of Mt. Baker while on a ski descent. Glacier Peak in the distance.

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  2. Bart Carrig

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    Great geology, Jim. You are an adventurer.

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    Interesting scene - I can't say that I have ever really seen the Mt. Baker crater - just the view we see from below or at Artist Point. I like the view behind looking down to the distant valley floors and the peaks beyond.
     
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    That's some view from there.
     
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    Super cool Jim! Love the texture and the snow.
     
  6. Jim Dockery

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    Thanks for all the comments. Mt. Baker is one of the more active volcanos in the Cascades, there is often stinky sulfur steam blowing out of the crater - lucky for us the wind direction was in our favor.
     
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    Great symmetrical lines in this, Jim. I'm sure glad you stopped on your descent!
     

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