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Northeastern Oregon Scenic Photography
Snake River_ Brownlee Reservoir_ Imnaha

fisherman on the Snake River influenced by Brownlee Dam boating recreation on the tame Snake River reflections on the tame Snake River
 Snake River Photographs
©0001 The fisherman
Brownlee Reservoir pictures
©0002 The Boater
Brownlee Reservoir pictures
©0003 The Snake in Solitude
Snake River, hills, grasses Nyssa, Oregon, sunset road near Snake River; reservoir of Brownlee Dam
 Brownlee Reservoir pictures
©0004 Grasses View
Scenic Photography
©0005 Nyssa Sunset
Brownlee Reservoir pictures
© 0006 Road to Travel
wild fireweed rebuilds the woods after fire The Imnaha Church - a country church the Imnaha River in Imnaha Valley
Hell's Canyon pictures
©0007 Fireweed
Oregon Scenic Photography
©0008 Imnaha Church
Oregon Scenic Photography
©0177 Imnaha Valley
Peniplane of the Snake River This scenic photography no longer exists. Farewell Bend now has a motel not a corn field The Imnaha Store
Hell's Canyon pictures
©0009 Snake River Peniplane
Snake River Photographs
©0011 Farewell Bend
Hell's Canyon pictures
©0012 Imnaha Store
Little Sheep Creek Imnaha Horse Ranch on the Imnaha River Little Sheep Creek spawns a tree that must bend and adapt
Oregon Scenic Photography
©0765 Little Sheep Creek
Oregon Scenic Photography
©0766 Imnaha Horses
Oregon Scenic Photography
©0767 Bend and Adapt
Seven Devils-Peaks named by Indian a ranch dwarfed by the huge hills of Imnaha Canyon For more pictures of  Northeastern Oregon, see...

    The Oregon Alps"
Hell's Canyon pictures
©0010 Seven Devils
Oregon Scenic Photography
 ©0178  At Home

This Gallery is  our travels to Northeastern Oregon including many Snake River Photographs.

      Gazing across Hell's Canyon, the Indians named the mountain peaks the "Seven Devils". Surely the devil made such treacherous country!   But sights like the "Snake River Peniplane" soften the geography for the viewer.  One can see burned areas that have become a sea of "Fireweed".   These burns are protected by the government and cannot be cleared or logged.
     These Brownlee Dam pictures show  the tame Snake River which prompts " The Fisherman" and"The Boater" to use the "Road to Travel". Upstream one may ponder "The Snake in Solitude" or take the perspective of the "Grasses View". To those who are "At Home" in the "Imnaha Valley" the"Imnaha Store", "Imnaha Church"   and  "Imnaha Horses"  are  essential elements to life in the area. Twisting along beside the road to Imnaha is "Little Sheep Creek";  even the tree must twist in an effort to "Bend and adapt".
     A bit south, in "Farewell Bend" the Snake River used to water cornfields by the age old method of ditch irrigation.  This scene is long gone...a motel is there now. 
     Finally, the "Nyssa Sunset" lulls the community to nightfall.  

from "Finding Oregon's Best" Gallery 1...

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