Chris posted a similar picture to Twitter yesterday; here's mine. Left to right, me, Anne Jefferson, Chris Rowan, and Dana Hunter, standing atop Dee Wright Observatory at McKenzie Pass on Route 242, Oregon. Numerous young lava flows converge on the pass in this area, and create a rugged- though far from lifeless- landscape. The summit of North Sister is almost directly over my head, and the summit of Middle Sister is over Anne's. South Sister is completely hidden behind the other two from this location.
Photo unmodified. July 6, 2013. FlashEarth location.
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