Photo of the Day: Reflections

Without a breath of wind to speak of, the Columbia River was in this rare form Sunday afternoon.

Photo by Adam Lapierre.
Without a breath of wind to speak of, the Columbia River was in this rare form Sunday afternoon.

Without a breath of wind to speak of, the Columbia River was in this rare form Sunday afternoon.

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Without a breath of wind to speak of, the Columbia River was in this rare form Sunday afternoon.

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EmiL says...

There are so many stories about people in our community that need to be told with a camera, and instead you give us a photo of some rocks on a cloudy day with nothing happening in it and it's not even level? Or even a smooth mirror, as you claim in the title? This is how a newspaper tells its readers it does not care about the community it serves. I used to think that the HRN was immune to The Dalles Chronicle's ailment known as "beyond expiration date photographer" but anymore I'm thinking otherwise.

Posted 11 December 2012, 6:46 a.m. Suggest removal

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