Pipestone Canyon Valley

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Pipestone Canyon Valley, a few miles north of the small town of Winthrop in the North Cascade Mountain Range in Washington State.
Image: David W. Morgan, 25 October 2008 [larger view].


The photographer, David Morgan, writes;

I am sending some pictures [of Washington State that] I took while on a fossil collecting trip this past Saturday. [This image was] taken just a few miles north of Winthrop, WA while exploring the Pipestone Canyon area looking for Paleocene leaf impressions.

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0 Responses to Pipestone Canyon Valley

  1. george.wiman says:

    This series from Washington State is giving me a serious case of homesickness.