Thursday, July 20, 2006

View to the North

Think you are looking at river bottom? No you are looking at lake bottom during the massive Glacial Lake Missoula flood around 12,000 years ago. Now what you can see is the Yakima River (it is where the pale sage coloured Russian Olive trees are in the middle of the darker green) and the Columbia River (located between the field drops off and the base of the bluffs in the background). The pale bluffs on the far left are 6.5 hours away by kayak if you stop for lunch.

5 Comments:

Blogger santy said...

Welcome from Jakarta - Indonesia! You live in a beautiful area :)

7:45 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Welcome to the Daily Photo gang of friends. So glad to see another WA photoblogger on board. I've linked to your sight today and hope lots of folks check out your gorgious photos. It's so lovely there--lots of people are going to want to see this region through your lens.
-Kim

12:47 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

...and WHO wouldn't want to stop for lunch may I ask?! Interesting geography. Welcome to this crazy bunch of city bloggers. So glad to discover your city thanks to Kim in Seattle.

12:33 PM  
Blogger Jenifer said...

It's so lovely there--lots of people are going to want to see this region through your lens.

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