Metolius River and the Central Oregon Cascades

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Its May, walking upstream along the river path from Camp Sherman. Green, spring grass and the smell of Ponderosa fills the air.  Springtime has at last arrived on the banks of the Metolius River. On this morning the air is crisp, grass and willows silver with frost, and stillness awaits the warmth of sunshine. In the distance a Pileated Woodpecker hammers on a tree, the watery call of Ravens echoes the sound of riffle and cold water. Looking upstream, the perfection of Black Buttes conical form looms through low cloud, to remind this gentle place, is perhaps the heart of  Central Oregon. Deschutes National Forest, Central Oregon Cascade.

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Image Number: 527-166-256

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Its May, walking upstream along the river path from Camp Sherman. Green, spring grass and the smell of Ponderosa fills the air.  Springtime has at last arrived on the banks of the Metolius River. On this morning the air is crisp, grass and willows silver with frost, and stillness awaits the warmth of sunshine. In the distance a Pileated Woodpecker hammers on a tree, the watery call of Ravens echoes the sound of riffle and cold water. Looking upstream, the perfection of Black Buttes conical form looms through low cloud, to remind this gentle place, is perhaps the heart of  Central Oregon. Deschutes National Forest, Central Oregon Cascade.

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