Uh! Wonderful colours!
Yes I was happily suprised that this one turned out. I've been wanting to come back here before the snow makes the passes hard to traverse but with the wet season already dumping some snow I'm afraid these areas might be blocked by the time I get a vacation.
Great shot Michael of a very curious place:D
best regards from Spain!
Thank you! This is truly a very interesting place.
Wow!! Never seen anything like that !! Nature is amazing ! Many compliments for this shot. Ciao from Italy.
Hi and Thanks for the Compliment!
It's an amazing place! The hills are exposed layers of ash deposits. Compressed into clay over thousands of years.
Each deposit contained a different mixture of menerals. Some of which bleed colors if and when it rains, it does not rain here much. Very Dry here.
Other hills like these can be found nearby this area but these hills are the most interesting ..
Thanks, Michael, for the very detailed and interesting explanation. "See" you soon :-)
Super. Very wonderful colors, nice photo.
I understand,my friend Michael, you are agreat photogragher
Greetings from Taiwan,Michael.
Wonderful shapes and colors! Favorite!
Thank you for the wonderful comment and the Favorite.. I come back here every year...
Very interesting place.Very nice photo.FAV.Greetings.Refik.
Wonderful colors and view!!! like
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Photo taken in John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, 32651 Highway 19, Kimberly, OR 97848, USA
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