When in central Oregon, I never tire of viewing the volcanic peaks of the Cascade Range. Here are some photos from last week's trip.
Mount Jefferson (Oregon's second-highest peak) in the background and Black Butte in foreground, seen from the south. On a clear day, we can see the north face of Mount Jefferson from our neighborhood.
Three Fingered Jack. A very old and extinct volcano.
Mount Scott, seen from the east at Klamath Marsh. Crater Lake lies just to the west of the peak.