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View of the foot of the North Fork Toutle River debris flow, with grass sprouting after reseeding. Dead standing timber, burned in the eruption, visible in background.
View of the mountain from near the shore of Spirit Lake.
Aerial views of debris-chocked stream, location unknown.
The crater, seen from the pyroclastic flow.
North Fork Toutle River debris flow, looking toward the mountain.
Close-up of same tree (above) showing how parts of it were shredded by abrasive mudflow.
Army Corps of Engineers North Fork Toutle River impoundment from the air.
Gas Bubbles emerging from underwater decaying organic matter at Castle Lake.
Blast area north of crater.
At Spirit Lake
Bill Eppridge, Sports Illustrated photographer, taking close-up shot of new vegetation growing near shore of Castle Lake.
Home buried in mudflow at Maple Flat on North Fork of Toutle River.
Aerial view of the South Fork of the Toutle River.
Another view of Castle Lake.
Game Department employees with steelhead taken in South Fork Toutle River fish trap for spawning purposes.  Bill Eppridge, Sports Illustrated photographer, in foreground.
Timber blown down atop ridge, looking toward the mountain.
Inside the crater looking out, with Spirit Lake in the background.
Confluence of Green River (right in this view) and North Fork Toutle River, showing mudflow.
Damaged area on east flank of mountain.
The crater, seen from the pyroclastic flow, with steam rising in foreground.
Hillside above Castle Lake.
The lava dome.
North Fork Toutle River inside Red Zone.
Debris flow northeast of mountain.
Colored ponds on debris flow.
North Fork Toutle River debris flow, looking toward the mountain.
Colored ponds with the mountain in the background.
Logjam at east end of Swift Reservoir.
The crater, seen from the pyroclastic flow.
Close-up view of blast-seared ridge.
Channeled debris flow seen from the air.
Game Department employees with steelhead taken in South Fork Toutle River fish trap for spawning purposes.  Bill Eppridge, Sports Illustrated photographer, in foreground.
Snow-covered downed timber, east flank of mountain.
The crater, seen from the pyroclastic flow.
Ruins of Weyerhaeuser logging camp on North Fork of Toutle River.
The crater, seen from the pyroclastic flow, with airborne helicopter in foreground.
Game Department employee mixes steelhead milt and eggs at South Fork Toutle River fish trap.
North Fork Toutle River debris flow, with timber blown down by eruption in background.
The lava dome.
Timber blown down atop ridge, looking toward the mountain. The road shown in the photograph was built to salvage some of the fallen timber
Ruins of Weyerhaeuser logging camp on North Fork of Toutle River.
Channeled debris flow seen from the air.
Bill Eppridge, Sports Illustrated photographer, looking toward mountain from pyroclastic flow.
Army Corps of Engineers dam on North Fork Toutle River.
Downed timber along North Fork of Toutle River.
Looking past the lava dome toward the crater's mouth.
Remains of timber destroyed in blast.
Crest of blast-seared ridge, east of mountain.
Colored ponds on debris flow.
The same ridge (above) showing timber blown down by eruption.

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