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Photo Of The Day By Sayan Ghosh
Photo By Sayan Ghosh
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “A Flowing Dream” by Sayan Ghosh. Location: Columbia River Gorge, Oregon.
“We went to Columbia River Gorge during the Thanksgiving holidays,” says Ghosh. “It was cloudy all day with occasional showers. The greens from the forest were popping up with some patches of fall colors here and there. We hiked to the Wahclella Falls. The trail itself is beautiful with so many small falls along the way and, finally, we were greeted by this lovely view of the Wahclella Falls.”
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