Dry Falls State Park, WA Frugal Travel Guide

Dry Falls State Park, WA
Dry Falls is the remnant of a catastrophic ice age flood thousands of years ago, when an ice dam broke and released water from glacial lake Missoula. What remains today is the result of erosion from what is believed to have been the largest waterfall known to date. This is a page about Dry Falls State Park, WA frugal travel guide.

October 11, 2011

Hiking in Eastern Washington at Dry Falls State Park, we saw this amazing tree. It stood like a spirit, a sentinel, over all we enjoyed. A reminder to me of the invisible presence, watching.

By leah boehm

Mirrored Tree at Dry Falls

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How did you do this?

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October 11, 20110 found this helpful

What a beautiful picture! It does look like a spirit.

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That is the neatest tree I've ever seen. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful and unique capture!

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