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    Old large mountain photo, maybe volcano?

    Came across this old photo and would love to know where it was taken. Looks like it may be an old volcano but I really have no clue, I just liked it. It's very large with the actual picture being on heavy paper and measuring 13x16. Didn't see any signature.

    Thanks for any help!
    Angel

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    odd Picture ! looks like one superimposed onto another to me

    2 different shades ?

    and this ?

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    are these reflections in the glass ?

    anyway not a Volcano by my eyes.

    I was thinking Sugarloaf mt. Arizona But the water says no
    and not the exact shape

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    Sorry, glass reflection. The back was done with wood slats and I was impatient, I can take another since I've since removed from the frame. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivybridge View Post
    Sorry, glass reflection. The back was done with wood slats and I was impatient, I can take another since I've since removed from the frame. Thanks!
    not necessary on my account was just wondering .

    looks to me like someone stripped the mountain or it is solid rock

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    Here is another photo without the glass.
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    It looks somewhat similar to Chief Mountain in Glacier National Park, but Chief Mountain is a lot taller with more vertical sides.



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    I see now why you said possible Volcano
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