Watery Wednesday # 1




This could actually describe the weather around here today with all of the flooded streets but I really found another neat sight and would like to share my pictures. You can go here to see more Watery pictures.

This is the Spokane River taken in May of 2008. The river had reached it's peak due to heavy snowfall in the mountains of Idaho which filled Lake Coeur d'Alene. This feeds into the Spokane River. At it's peak, the river was running at 40,000 cubic feet per second. It was quite a tourist attraction for several weeks.

Comments

Lew/Linnea W said…
Wow! Thanks a lot of water. I hear Spokane has been having some pretty intense weather these past few weeks. I like your WW images. Greetings from Norcal. Linnea
2sweetnsaxy said…
Oh, wow! These are fantastic! I would love to see this in person.
Connie said…
Nice pictures. The water looks so powerful.
Carletta said…
That is some powerful water!
I can certainly see why it was a tourist attraction - awesome.
Thanks for sharing this amazing view.
Mirage said…
Raging waters but looks like cloud....lovely!
michael bird said…
Very cool photos for a WW. Can see the power in the water as it tumbles and rumbles, and the strength in the rock bridge and wall. Nifty.
Denise said…
Very dramatic photographs, you can almost hear the roar of the water. Great shots!
Natural Moments said…
This water turbulance has some exquisite beauty to it.
Guy D said…
Excellent water wednesday shots, thanks for sharing these with us.

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures
Aisha said…
Truly watery! So strong!
simply divina said…
Wow! This is wild looking of the water.So beautiful!

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