Clouds Over the Columbia (). Photo by Bluesmaster

Clouds Over the Columbia

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Tuesday June 11, 2013

Cascade Locks, WA

Caption: The Bonneville Dam, Cascade Locks, Wa. The project’s first powerhouse, spillway and original navigation lock were completed in 1938 to improve navigation on Columbia River and provide hydropower to the Pacific Northwest. A second powerhouse was completed in 1981, and a larger navigation lock in 1993.

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Bluesmaster

Coastal Oregon has stolen my heart after over 50 years in central Ohio. The scenery here offers photo opportunities that I never thought possible. I enjoy hiking and taking photos along the way. I hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy shooting them. -- Randall

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