photo sharing and upload picture albums photo forums search pictures popular photos photography help login
John Scurlock | all galleries >> Travels In Wild Places > Exposing The 'O' Layer: Kevin Scott & Mt Mazama's Ash On Mt Baker (SPaulTrail062105JS-02adj.jpg)
previous | next
Exposing The O Layer:  Kevin Scott & Mt Mazamas Ash  On Mt Baker (SPaulTrail062105JS-02adj.jpg)
21-JUN-2005

Exposing The 'O' Layer: Kevin Scott & Mt Mazama's Ash On Mt Baker (SPaulTrail062105JS-02adj.jpg)

The pale 'O' layer lies atop a darker layer of ancient topsoil.
This layer was deposited approximately 7,000 years ago during the catastrophic eruption
of Mt. Mazama (Crater Lake), Oregon.

This photograph was taken along Rocky Creek, in the vicinity of the Scott Paul trailhead.

Canon PowerShot G6
1/400s f/4.0 at 7.2mm full exif

other sizes: small medium large original
share