During the daytime hours this image is processed in real-time on my server using Photomatix HDR software to make the image look more like your eye would see it. You can now click here to see the non processed image directly from the camera for comparison. This also serves as a link to the full resolution image if maybe you're a climber and want to see more detail of the mountain.

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Sorry everyone the cam is down for several days at least, another one of my Canon DSLR cameras died. It'll take me a bit to figure out what my next steps are. Feel free to ask questions on the facebook page i'll be posting more detail there. I have a backup camera thanks to Jamie Hill but it was having some trouble staying connected so i'll have to figure that out. 9/7/2018

Facebook page!

I have created an open Facebook group! I would love to see people post cool and interesting snaps from the cam there and ask questions! I will post status updates and outtages there as well. Click here to see and join the group!

2018 Calendars are now available!

I have created a new calendar for 2018 of just photos from this camera. So if you enjoy this camera consider buying a calendar to help support it! I have spend thousdans of dollars and countless hours on the Mt Adams camera and would love to keep it running and even setup other cameras. Thank you to everyone who has donated in the past and thank you to everyone who purchases a calendar to help support the camera in the future. Only $15 + 6.25 shipping.

I am currently looking for great MtHood and Mt St Helens locations if you know of anyone with property that has power and internet with great views of these mountains that would love to have a 24/7 camera of their view have them contact me!

If you'd like to donate directly to the camera fund I will also list your name (or business name) on the home page here (unless you request to be anonymous)

Have questions or comments email me at ooca@personaltech.biz I love to hear from everyone! - Oca Hoeflein

Thank you to the following for your support!

Desiree Picturesque$25.00
Rick and Nancy Judy $25.00White Salmon, WA
Canine Concierge Services$25.00Vancouver, WA
Erika Plummber Photography$50.00Portland, OR
Clark McKowen$10.00Alameda, CA
EC Lund$25.00Pasco, WA
Tim Schallberger$25.00Bend, OR
John Flinn$10.00Portland, OR
Anonymous$35.00Glenwood, WA
Hood River Weather$100.00Hood River, OR
DK Website Services$25.00White Salmon, WA
Mary Nelson$25.00Hood River, OR
Alpaca Annex$25.00Trout Lake, WA
Anonymous$35.00Glenwood, WA
Lynne Holmes$25.00Hood River, OR
John Mower$25.00Enumclaw, WA
Alexander Ellis$25.00Eugene, OR
Christopher Keil$25.00Hillsboro, OR
Hyak.net/Snoqualmie$20.00Snoqualmie, WA
David Bruce $25.00Seattle, WA
Web Brunsteter $25.00Seattle, WA
Charlie Hagedorn / AvySticker $25.00Seattle, WA
Randolph B Oakley $25.00Bellevue, WA
Ron Jarvis $25.00Kent, WA
Jonathan Shefftz $25.00Amherst, MA
John and Janice Nelson$100.00Trout Lake, WA
Long Shadow Photography$25.00Hood River, OR
Xiangyu Wang$30.00Beaverton, OR
Matthew Mioduszewski$25.00Portland, OR
Michael McMillen$25.00Beaverton, OR

Let me know by email if you wish to remain anonymous Oca Hoeflein (ooca@personaltech.biz)

Time lapse of the Aurora Storm on June 22nd 2015 Watch the climbers on the mountain as well.

July Summer Sunset 7/3/2014

Moonset Sunrise 6/13/2014

Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) over Mt Adams 6/8/2014

Time lapse of nightime climbers on 5/31/2014

Here is a typical spring day on the mountain

Time Lapse video of the Camelopardalids meteor shower from Mt Adams Washington

5/24/2014 - Here is a timelapse of the meteor shower on 5/24/2014 from this camera. The shots are 90 second apart and are 25 second exposures and span 10:45 to 3:30am. The rig is a Canon 40D with F2 35mm lens.
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Lightning strike on 5/30/2014

Jellyfish Lenticular Cloud 5/24/2014

Smooth Lenticular Cloud over Mt Adams

Orange Sherbert Sunset

Questions email me at ooca@personaltech.biz - Oca Hoeflein