My night photograph of Mount St. Helens recently made the cover of Nature Geoscience. The image illustrates a feature article by Research Scientist, Graham Hill. His research poses an interesting theory pertaining to the magmatic systems underneath a triangle of volcanoes in the south Cascades of Washington state: Mount St. Helens, Mount Adams, and Mount Rainier. The paper issue of the journal should be available very soon.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Wow, looks like it's been awhile since my last post. This seems like as good a reason as any to sit down and begin catching up on what I've been up to with my photography this past summer. First on the list is an upcoming photography exhibit being put on by ONDA: Oregon Natural Desert Association. Featured in the gallery showing will be a select group of beautifully printed and framed images from the 2010 Wild Desert Calendar. The opening reception is on November 19th from 5-9pm at the Olivine Gallery in north Portland. If you're in the area, please feel free to stop in and celebrate the spectacular beauty of Oregon's desert regions. Complimentary beer and wine available. I'll have a 20 x 30 Chromira print of Abert Lake on display. I made the image last winter on my first visit to this remote area of the state. If you're unable to stop in for the reception, the show runs through December 5th.