As this is the last of Jennifer’s weather challenges I thought I’d go out with a boom.
First some red hot lava flowing down a crusty wall in Thailand. Then a couple of volcanoes courtesy of the informational signs at a couple of my favourite volcanoes in the States. One was from the Columbia Gorge in Oregon, explaining how basalt is formed. The other was from Mount St Helens in Washington, telling the history of the mountain.
Here’s part of the Mt St Helens sign that tells the Cowlitz Indian story of the volcano.
The volcanoes also contained a layer of a scratched up locker from the art school and this chemistry experiment called ‘Magic Volcano’. I only had the circle images which had been edited for the web but that added an interesting shape to the final volcanoes.
More interpretations of ‘Pick Your Own’ at Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Pick Your Own.