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Moonrise Columbia

The Harvest moon of mid-September rises over the Columbia river, as seen from SouthWestern Washington near Washougal. The top of Mount Hood, in Oregon, is also visible to the South.

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Stormy View from Washougal

South view from Washougal, Washington, across the Columbia river toward Oregon at very low water level. It is early October - end of the dry season. Clouds from a newly arrived storm signal the return of the rains.

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Freeze Frame

Mt. Hood, Oregon. Winter. Intimate view of ice forming on rocks in a small creek at the 4k ft level.

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Cottonwood Beach, Washougal, Washington

Our local beach on the Columbia. A rare sight to find this beach empty of people on a bright, colorful Autumn afternoon

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Home for the Holidays?

If only in our dreams?
May we all be happy campers wherever we pitch our tents

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After the Fires

Fire and Ice took turns in shaping this landscape. Ice (glaciers) sculpted the jagged edges of Mt. Washington, on the Eastern end of Oregon’s central Cascades. Fire turned 70 ft evergreens into the charred 70ft “dark needles” that dot this scene. Fresh snow and dramatic clouds, add to the overall effect

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