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    Sunset view at Trillium Lake as Mount Hood "erupts" in Mount Hood National Forest, Pacific Northwest, USA. This pink cloud gave the illusion of volcanic activity on this highest mountain in Oregon. The Multnomah tribe named the mountain “Wy’east” for one of two brothers who fell in love with the beautiful maiden, Loowit. I like to think the reflection in the lake is Wy’east’s brother, Klickitat, jealously guarding his rival, lest he steal away with Loowit in the night!
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    Date Uploaded: Jan 19, 2016
    Copyright: © Pat Rose
    Categories: Landscapes, Nature, Places
    Assignments: Reflection
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