Thursday, March 22, 2012

Flooding Images of Coquille River Valley

The sun came up and I was just out hiking along 42S taking photos of the carnage let loose by Nature. There is an eerie stillness out there when there are no cars. The birds are at high elevations for the most part except for waterfowl which are hiding amongst the branches and limbs along the shores.

Every once in a while you can hear resoundingly loud snaps of trees breaking and crashing from erosion into the Coquille River, it is disconcerting.

So much for this pasture at the moment.
Corner of Fat Elk Road and 42 S

Bridge between Coquille & Fat Elk Road Junction on 42S

Sometimes at least it makes for a good view, but I am still reminded of what Mr. Masanobu Fukuoka said, "Throw mother nature out the window and she comes in through the front door with a pitchfork."

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