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Populuxe's Swinging Space-Age Bachelor Pad & Mobile Photography Roundup

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Went for a drive around Mount Rainier yesterday. Came back with a couple photos.

Mount Rainier National Park, iPad mini 2, HipstamaticX (Kitsune 67 film, Waikiki 77 lens)


Mount Rainier, iPad mini 2, HipstamaticX (Scott S lens, Blackeyes IR film)
Love the drama of the second shot.
 

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Went for a drive around Mount Rainier yesterday. Came back with a couple photos.

Mount Rainier National Park, iPad mini 2, HipstamaticX (Kitsune 67 film, Waikiki 77 lens)


Mount Rainier, iPad mini 2, HipstamaticX (Scott S lens, Blackeyes IR film)
Yeah, what John said. What Star said. Love the last one!
 

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Went for a drive around Mount Rainier yesterday. Came back with a couple photos.

Mount Rainier National Park, iPad mini 2, HipstamaticX (Kitsune 67 film, Waikiki 77 lens)


Mount Rainier, iPad mini 2, HipstamaticX (Scott S lens, Blackeyes IR film)
These are great... both so different but equally beautiful.
 

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I visited Mount St Helens on Saturday. The last time I saw the mountain this close, it was from the window seat of a 707, the day before it erupted. I drove down the east side of the mountain to a place called Windy Ridge. It gave me a great view of both the mountain and Spirit Lake. For those unfamiliar with the story, there were a number of local residents who refused to leave Spirit Lake when the mountain started showing signs of a major eruption. When the mountain finally erupted, it was a lateral blast. The entire north side of the mountain simply gave way in a massive landslide. That released all the pent up pressure inside the mountain at once. Unfortunately for the people living around Spirit Lake, the force of the explosion was like a cannon pointed right at the lake. The lush dense forests surrounding the lake where flattened and the area scrubbed of life. The lake vaporized from the heat. The bodies of the residents were never found. Forty years later, the lake has refilled and some small brush is starting to grow back, but it still looks apocalyptic.

Mount St Helens (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))


Spirit Lake (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))


Mount Adams (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))
 

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I visited Mount St Helens on Saturday. The last time I saw the mountain this close, it was from the window seat of a 707, the day before it erupted. I drove down the east side of the mountain to a place called Windy Ridge. It gave me a great view of both the mountain and Spirit Lake. For those unfamiliar with the story, there were a number of local residents who refused to leave Spirit Lake when the mountain started showing signs of a major eruption. When the mountain finally erupted, it was a lateral blast. The entire north side of the mountain simply gave way in a massive landslide. That released all the pent up pressure inside the mountain at once. Unfortunately for the people living around Spirit Lake, the force of the explosion was like a cannon pointed right at the lake. The lush dense forests surrounding the lake where flattened and the area scrubbed of life. The lake vaporized from the heat. The bodies of the residents were never found. Forty years later, the lake has refilled and some small brush is starting to grow back, but it still looks apocalyptic.

Mount St Helens (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))


Spirit Lake (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))


Mount Adams (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))
It’s an awesome place and you’ve captured it beautifully. It’s so atmospheric up there and the information centre is wonderful.
 

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I visited Mount St Helens on Saturday. The last time I saw the mountain this close, it was from the window seat of a 707, the day before it erupted. I drove down the east side of the mountain to a place called Windy Ridge. It gave me a great view of both the mountain and Spirit Lake. For those unfamiliar with the story, there were a number of local residents who refused to leave Spirit Lake when the mountain started showing signs of a major eruption. When the mountain finally erupted, it was a lateral blast. The entire north side of the mountain simply gave way in a massive landslide. That released all the pent up pressure inside the mountain at once. Unfortunately for the people living around Spirit Lake, the force of the explosion was like a cannon pointed right at the lake. The lush dense forests surrounding the lake where flattened and the area scrubbed of life. The lake vaporized from the heat. The bodies of the residents were never found. Forty years later, the lake has refilled and some small brush is starting to grow back, but it still looks apocalyptic.

Mount St Helens (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))


Spirit Lake (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))


Mount Adams (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))
I love the middle one. It’s incredible that you flew over the day before it erupted. I had family in Spokane at the time and they described a snow storm of ash. I can only imagine.

I tend to click on images so they fill my screen to see them properly. I’m wondering why yours open up in Flickr. Anyone else’s just opens in a sort of pop up.
 

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I love the middle one. It’s incredible that you flew over the day before it erupted. I had family in Spokane at the time and they described a snow storm of ash. I can only imagine.

I tend to click on images so they fill my screen to see them properly. I’m wondering why yours open up in Flickr. Anyone else’s just opens in a sort of pop up.
I honestly didn't know there was another way to post images here other than to link to them on Flickr.
 

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I visited Mount St Helens on Saturday. The last time I saw the mountain this close, it was from the window seat of a 707, the day before it erupted. I drove down the east side of the mountain to a place called Windy Ridge. It gave me a great view of both the mountain and Spirit Lake. For those unfamiliar with the story, there were a number of local residents who refused to leave Spirit Lake when the mountain started showing signs of a major eruption. When the mountain finally erupted, it was a lateral blast. The entire north side of the mountain simply gave way in a massive landslide. That released all the pent up pressure inside the mountain at once. Unfortunately for the people living around Spirit Lake, the force of the explosion was like a cannon pointed right at the lake. The lush dense forests surrounding the lake where flattened and the area scrubbed of life. The lake vaporized from the heat. The bodies of the residents were never found. Forty years later, the lake has refilled and some small brush is starting to grow back, but it still looks apocalyptic.

Mount St Helens (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))


Spirit Lake (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))


Mount Adams (iPad mini 2, Hipstamatic (G2 lens, BlacKeys IR film))
It’s on my list to visit...
 

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I honestly didn't know there was another way to post images here other than to link to them on Flickr.
When you post something, or reply to a post, hit the “attach files” and navigate to your images on your phone and select the one you want to post.
I just wonder what happen if someone doesn’t have Flickr wants to check out the image up close.
Hope this helps.
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I just wonder what happen if someone doesn’t have Flickr wants to check out the image up close.
Well, first click on the image takes you to Flickr in a new tab or window inyour browser, as you found out. Once there, you can click on the down-pointing arrow, bottom right, to get a pop-up menu of sizes to view.
 

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Well, first click on the image takes you to Flickr in a new tab or window inyour browser, as you found out. Once there, you can click on the down-pointing arrow, bottom right, to get a pop-up menu of sizes to view.
I get a screen size view in Flickr, I just wondered. And I have a Flickr account (that I lost about 5000 images to when it went subscription:angry:) but I do wonder what happens if someone who hasn’t got Flickr clicks on to see the screen size image. Does is still work?
 

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I get a screen size view in Flickr, I just wondered. And I have a Flickr account (that I lost about 5000 images to when it went subscription:angry:) but I do wonder what happens if someone who hasn’t got Flickr clicks on to see the screen size image. Does is still work?
I didn't know the answer to that, so... I just now tested it in Firefox, which doesn't have any of my logins stored. I get connected to Flicker as an unregistered user, but I can still click on the photo to enlarge and also select the View All Sizes option. As far as viewing goes, it all seems to work.
I lost about 5000 images to when it went subscription
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I didn't know the answer to that, so... I just now tested it in Firefox, which doesn't have any of my logins stored. I get connected to Flicker as an unregistered user, but I can still click on the photo to enlarge and also select the View All Sizes option. As far as viewing goes, it all seems to work.

:eek:
Thanks for trying it out! I couldn’t think of a way to do it.
 
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