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An enormous dry waterfall in the middle of the Grand Coulee, eastern Washington state, USA. It was formed by the gigantic Spokane (a.k.a. Scabland, Missoula) floods during the last ice age, when a glacial dam in what's now northernmost Idaho would collapse periodically. The glacier, a tongue of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet, backed up glacial Lake Missoula into the Rocky Mountain trench, and so all that water would suddenly go sloshing across eastern Washington. The floods left behind the Channeled Scabland, a distinctive topography of buttes, coulees (flat-bottomed canyons), channels, closed basins, and enormous ripple deposits.
Dog Rose -Pentax Takumar SMC 100/4 Macro
The twilight zone....
Texture from picmonkey Clair de lune by Debussy youtu.be/9pmUoBhpRpc ( youtu.be/9pmUoBhpRpc )
In northern Nevada. Aphonopelma spp? A quick Web search indicates that the taxonomy of tarantulas is a mess. Anyway, this is probably a male seeking a mate.
Well, yes. It should be Reese "Creek", at most! Apparently the name is the result of a 19th century scam suggesting the "river" was big enough to be navigable. Central Nevada, USA.
Alphabetical Photochallenge 2014 W for Water
It's raining again
Taken from the top of Calton Hill in Edinburgh. Looking towards the Firth of Forth. Click on the note for the animation. Roger Hodgson, formerly of Supertramp - Writer and Composer of.. It's Raining Again youtu.be/yXP4zkr8GIo
After the rain...
youtu.be/3Wp7ps-BTWg I was chasing the sun in the waterdrops :)