Trees knocked down by shock wave
Slide shows the trees that were blown down by the shock wave and blast of Mount St. Helens. These were prime Douglas Fir, ready to be harvested, normally between 200 and 300 feet tall, which were knocked down. It looks like hair on a dog's back, how it's just laid flat by the shock wave.
Scanned from a 35mm color slide using a Nikon Super Cool Scan LS-2000 in JPEG format at compression rate 3 and resized to 800x746ppi
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