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The Klamath Basin: My introduction to lava tubes, and I am told where to find the eagles


New I had only seen the narrow strips of land within my headlights on my drive into Lava Beds National Monument, so when I woke, it was to an unfamiliar landscape. Volcanic rock, scrub and trees dominated the nearby landscape, … Continue reading

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The Klamath Basin: The beginning of the adventure (A tour of photos)


New The Journey and the Reason for it This past winter I went on a Bald Eagle hunt. I had heard for several years about an area on the border of California and Oregon, that has one of the highest … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a photo #12: Lava tube II: Scale


This lava tube was a great contrast to Valentine’s, both in scale, and what I had to do to take a picture that made sense. If you look at yesterday’s post you will notice from visual clues such as the … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a photo #11: Lava tube I: Temperature


I took this picture for a micro travel piece that I knew I would be writing. This is one of several lava tubes that you can explore in Lava Beds National Monument near the border of Oregon and California (eastern side). … Continue reading

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