Assets / #63288: A Rare Foggy Morning on Soap Lake
While the Coulee Corridor region is blessed with over 300 days of sunshine per year, occasional night-time rains will bring early morning fog, blanketing the lakes and cliffs in an eerily silent mist. Fog has a way of removing some of the texture of the landscape but the bold outlines of the basalt walls remain. Small ducks and grebes feed on Soap Lake's unique inverterbrates just below the water's surface.
Copyright © 2005 Teri J. Pieper.
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Soap Lake, Washington (47.406° N 119.497° W)
- Taken on August 03, 2005
- Added on August 09, 2005
- Taken with a PENTAX *ist D
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