Photo Friday: Mount Adams

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015

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Mount Adams, the second highest mountain in the U.S. state of Washington, is a potentially active volcano in the Cascade Range. Mount Adams was active from about 520,000 to about 1,000 years ago. During the past million years, it has generated considerable eruptive materials. Mount Adams is also home to 12 officially named glaciers. Most of the glaciers originate from the mountain’s summit ice cap.

Roger Reeves and Terrie Heslop began their photography journey with film cameras back in the 1970s and continued until the digital revolution. As a happily married couple, they explore the world around them and share the beauty of natural landscape. The pictures they took in Mount Adams are absolutely breathtaking.

See more about the pictures taken by Roger Reeves and Terrie Heslop here.

(photo credit: Roger Reeves and Terrie Heslop)

 

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