The Obligatory Sundown Shot Up The Columbia River (sunrise+sunset Summer ). Photo by KevinCole509
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The Obligatory Sundown Shot Up The Columbia River

Uploaded by: KevinCole509

Thursday July 19, 2012

Kennewick, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I do love taking pictures from the Tri-Cities, WA's Clover Island. It's in the Columbia River, between two bridges. This sunset was over the north end of Rattlesnake Ridge in the distance, beyond the Blue Bridge (US 395) across the Columbia.

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5. Bettle
10:24 PM GMT on July 19, 2012
Gorgeous! But I guess you didn't mean it was taken today, the sundown is not there yet.
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4. tamcat
6:19 PM GMT on July 19, 2012
Very nice shot. -kevin :)
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3. TPB
1:30 PM GMT on July 19, 2012
Great shot ! Looks like a nice place to hang out.
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2. SunsetSailor
1:26 PM GMT on July 19, 2012
Sure am glad you felt obligated to do this. Super nice shot. Thanks.
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1. Kennebunker
1:19 PM GMT on July 19, 2012
Sure is nice! Love the curves and golden cloud cover.
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About KevinCole509

KevinCole509

Writer/Editor and Tech Guy for Sara Nelson Design (http://saranelsondesign.com)in Tri-Cities, WA. Spent 23 years in radio news before the career change about a dozen years ago. Hobbies include photography (surprise!), ham radio and raising the youngest of six - the others are all in their twenties and out on their own, but all within a dozen miles of us, which is nice. Even have a five-year-old grand-dude!

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