I only visites a little part of Oregon, but this is wonderful landscape and capture. L-2.
nice photo showing them starting to remove the lead paint on the front. Almost done with the whole dredge.
The stone is solidified pumice. There are many buildings in Baker City, Elgin and a few other areas around eastern Oregon from made from this stuff. It is fairly spoft and is easily worked.
Actually, everyone around Baker called them the Elkhorns. I've lived here 40 years and have never heard them called the Ireland Mountains.
Actually, the view is just northeast of Richland, Oregon a bit, abut 41 road miles east of Baker City and shows part of the Burnt River arm of the Brownlee Reservoir on the Snake river,
Anthony Lake Ski area, base elevation 7,100, is the highest base elevation of any ski area in Oregon. It is noted for its powder snow. There are groomed slopes as well as cross country skiing
My hometown is Enterprise and in looking around on GoogleEarth I came across this beautiful photo (and I agree with Jon, it's sunset :). The horses in the photo were owned by my dad's cousin, Creighton Kooch. He passed away a year and a half ago and all but three of the horses have been sold. I'm wondering if you sell your photography? If so, could you please contact me at email@example.com.
Photo was taken the middle of April
This photo is from 2005. There have been some houses added around the horseshoe loop and the parking lot by the clubhouse will be paved shortly.