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Klickitat: Domain of Eagles

Mount Adams (Klickitat in the language of local Native Americans) basks in the sunlight of a rare blue sky in mid October. A bald eagle glides gracefully toward this majestic and potentially active stratovolcano in South central Washington’s Cascade Range.

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Nemo anyone??

Fish looking at people looking at fish, from behind glass…

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Moonrise Columbia

9/16/16. The Harvest moon of mid-September rises over the Columbia river, as seen from South-Western Washington State.

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Enter Stage Left

The perfect, dream-like setup. Or …maybe it was an actual dream (?)
Deep in the forest, at the edge of a Lake, on a warm, mid-summer’s night. Wafting over the water a thin, transparent layer of fog adds mystery to all reflections, as a half moon highlights a semi-submerged rock –a natural “stage”.
Enchanting enough [...]

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Softly on the Rocks

A small cascade of water descends through a field of rocks, playfully creating small rainbows as it goes, somewhere in Washington’s “Indian Heaven” Wilderness.

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Meet me half way

I wonder if these American White Pelicans were once seen as “The ugly cygnets”? I am guessing they were never mistaken for ducklings

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Endangered: American Whites (…Pelicans, that is)

The bird with the second largest wingspan in North America (after the California Condor), the American White Pelican, is classified as “endangered” by the Washington department of Fish and Wildlife. They can still be found foraging below hydroelectric dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers, in Eastern Washington State. Below such a dam [...]

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Secret Falls

A mystical interpretation of a a well known Falls in Eastern Washington State, as I saw it last weekend (May 22, 2016)

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A beautiful Mexican native

On this Cinco de Mayo day… here is one variant of the national flower of Mexico (This one is happily transplanted in Oregon.)
More Dahlia images

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How high do they fly?

All white in the end
Like Dandelions we will fly away
When the right time comes
(More Miscellaneous Flora images)

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