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Highway bei Ellensburg
Foam and bsalt pillars on the Soap Lake shore
websize photograph
Titel: Columbia river retained by the Wanapum Dam

On a turnout east of IS 90 after Vantage village in Washington State. There is the Wild Horses Monument, a truly bizarre sculpture. 20 huge metal horses stampeding to the edge of a cliff about 200 feet above IS 90 in the middle of nowhere. Washington State, USA.


The Interstate 90 crosses the artificial lake.

Schlüsselwörter: river, lake, bridge
Image sizes: 2976*1930px, 2806kb
Origin: Scanned from analog diapositive slide
Date/Time: 19960705-000003
Position coordinates:WGS84 LONG -119.964888096°, LAT 46.9638462733°
Destination coordinates;WGS84 LONG -119.97387886°, LAT 46.9419709935°
Air-line distance:
Author: André M. Winter
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