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Columbia River from knoll south of Goldendale, WA
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Trucks grind uphill on Highway 97 heading towards Goldendale on the Washington side of the vast Columbia River, after crossing the bridge at Biggs Junction. This panorama was shot from a knoll a couple miles past Maryhill State Park, Washington. Note the wind farm in the distance.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Resolution: 15048x7524
Uploaded: 03/07/2013
Updated: 02/07/2014
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Tags: washington; oregon; biggs junction; maryhill; columbia river; bridge; wind farm
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