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|I did say at yesterdays post of the painted hills that ,that was my last one. But I came across one more of my favorite images from that day and thought I would share one more. Thanks for looking.|
This is the same note from yesterday for throws that haven't seen it.
The Painted Hills Unit contains 3,132 acres of scenic marvels unique even in the Pacific Northwest. Located 9 miles northwest of Mitchell, and 75 miles east of Bend, the Painted Hills are visited year-round. Outdoor exhibits and a picnic area are also available for visitors here.Most years, the peak of wildflower season in late April to early May is spectacular.
The yellows, gold's, blacks, and reds of the Painted Hills are best seen in the late afternoon. Tones and hue may appear to change from one visit to another, as the claystones differ with ever-changing light and moisture levels. The shapes and colors of the hills are sublime.
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- [2009-04-04 14:09]
Hi Tom !
A very beautiful landscape.
Colors are excellent.
Really fascinating to see this - I've seen so many views of the standard US locations, but never this one. Thanks!
- [2009-04-04 19:02]
Another gorgeous scene Tom,
I could never get tired of viewing such beautiful images!!
Thanks for posting this spectacular series!!
I like the perspective you've chosen for this image
Congratulation for photograph
Really very good
Hello Tom! Good perspective, very good shot. Wonderful light and bright, superb colours. Marvelous landscape. Good luck!