Beauty In The Mid-Columbia

Beautiful scenery abounds year round in Tri-Cities Mid-Columbia region of Eastern Washington state.

I feel very fortunate to live in the Northwest. Drama in the sky, orchards and vineyards, three rivers converging, treeless mountains, shrub steppe, wildlife and the refuges they live in are just a few of the perks, if you appreciate nature’s beauty. Here is a collection of images I have taken in and around the Mid-Columbia

  • His Eye Is On The Sparrow
  • Horse Heaven Hills
  • Osprey
  • Frozen apples in a Mid-Columbia orchard
  • spring storm clouds
  • winter in the vineyards
  • Birds flying
  • Cherry tree blossoms
  • Horsetail Grass
  • Geese swimming on Yakima River
  • Bare tree in silhouette
  • A typical spring sunset sky
  • Weeds are pretty too
  • Shrub steppe covered in hoar frost
  • Flooded pasture in Benton City
  • Yakima Delta where water and sky meet the Columbia and Yakima Rivers
  • Wallula Gap area
  • Wind turbines
  • Irrigation will never outdo mother nature
  • Fluffy cattails
  • Geese flying low
  • Wind turbines
  • Spring thunderstorm coming
  • Autumn color
  • Wild asparagus

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