Horseshoe Bend

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  1. Derrel

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    The road is just off of Interstate 84 about 80 or 90 miles east of Portland Oregon not too far from a small town called Mosier. It is located in the scenic Columbia River Gorge area, and is an often photographed place here. I have only been there once, back in 2012, when I made that photo


     
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    Beautiful
     
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    Great shot of it. The sunburst is great and still good color in the sky. Nice to check that one off the list
     
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    Beautiful shot! Yes, that spot is heavily photographed, but now you have your own work of art capturing it. It's an area I'd like to go see in person and try to get 'my' picture.
     
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    Thanks very much. I might want to go back again one of these days. One thing that made me a little nervous was how some of the tourists were getting VERY close to the edge. (I stayed back a good 5 feet and still had wobbly knees)
     

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