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Old May 25, 2012, 11:15 AM   #1
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I took a couple of visiting friend out to see some of the beauty of the state I live in. We took lots of photos. This is one of my favorites from the trip:



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Old May 25, 2012, 6:14 PM   #2
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I took a couple of visiting friend out to see some of the beauty of the state I live in. We took lots of photos. This is one of my favorites from the trip:
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indeed a nice scenery. Really nothing like rapid water, not easy to depict. Fine picture. There was an old Greek philosopher, Herakleitos, who said. "You cannot step into the same river twice" True - always changing. And the changing is the only constant

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Thanks Torgny! That river is really "spewing" out the Cubic Feet per second! To be exact, it's flow today is 4,000 cubic feet per second and the water temp is a whopping 8.8 degrees Celsius. It's so cool to stand there and hear the river Roar and see it's speed and Might!

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nice! i'm debating whether to head up that way tomorrow, or head up the Cascade River to shoot waterfalls...
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Nice Shot. Well done.
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