Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Real Rose Red Mansion – Thornewood Castle

Much of Stephen King’s Rose Red mini-series was filmed onsite at Thornewood Castle in Lakewood, WA. Continue reading

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Autumn Shots II

Autumn foliage at the Columbia Gorge Hotel. Continue reading

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Autumn Shots

Autumn foliage at the Columbia Gorge Hotel. Continue reading

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Ghostly Fishing Village

The Lone Pine Tree Indian Village is a ghostly cluster of old weathered buildings that date back to 1896. The fishing village was built by Henry Gulick for his wife, Harriet. Gulick was a Scottish immigrant who came to the area in the 1890’s. Harriet was a member of the native Wasco tribe. Continue reading

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Northwest Drylands: Seasons

In his book, Northwest Drylands: Seasons, well known photographer John Clement shares his love of the land with a collection of his favorite photos. Many of the stunning images included in this 116-page pictorial essay spotlight the ever-changing landscape in this unique part of the world. Continue reading

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Long Beach Boardwalk II

The 1/2 mile Long Beach Boardwalk snakes across the top of the dunes, running parallel to the ocean. On both sides, beachgrass undulates in the offshore breezes like the green-gold waves of an inland sea. Acres and acres of beachgrass. Continue reading

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Long Beach Boardwalk

The 1/2 mile Long Beach Boardwalk snakes across the top of the dunes, running parallel to the ocean. On both sides, beachgrass undulates in the offshore breezes like the green-gold waves of an inland sea. Acres and acres of beachgrass. Continue reading

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