This looks very familiar, great shot! I'm kicking myself for being there at mid day(plus the weather was perfect...another negative)and having to rush through the whole trip, never a good idea. Hopefully I'll make it back someday!
Thanks for the comments!
It's always beautiful there. I've been told that when it rains here the colors are deeper and the clays expands. Snow would be very interesting also.
I want to stop by here for a another sunset shot in the near future. Oh if your lucky during the spring yellow flowers try to grow in the clay where water flows. It's short lived because the clay wont allow plants to grab hold and not be washed away, but it's pretty all the same.
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Photo taken in John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, 32651 Highway 19, Kimberly, OR 97848, USA
Misplaced? Suggest new location