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Bright clouds in the sky mean every bit of subtle color and texture is on display in Cline Canyon this fall morning. Over untold years, the river has narrowly cut its way down through the rock, leaving fluid lines intermixed with harder angles where the rock has broken apart to reveal its structure. Trees stand tall right up the edge, occasionally toppling over if their bases become too insecure. I watch my footing, too.
Just A Little Cut, David Thompson Country
Alberta Canada


Bright clouds in the sky mean every bit of subtle color and texture is on display in Cline Canyon this fall morning. Over untold years, the river has narrowly cut its way down through the rock, leaving fluid lines intermixed with harder angles where the rock has broken apart to reveal its structure. Trees stand tall right up the edge, occasionally toppling over if their bases become too insecure. I watch my footing, too.
© 2011 Royce Howland [contact]

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