Our Daily Sykes #141 – The Return of Swallow Rock

(Click TWICE to enlarge) Here once more is Swallow Rock rising upon the Snake River very near its confluence with the Clearwater River, at the "Twin Cities" of Lewiston, Idaho and Clarkston, Washington. The view looks north. If the reader likes this rock there are four variations on it 99 Sykes below with Our Daily Sykes #42.

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  1. It occurs to me in looking at this image that Sykes really loved sky. Not that we don’t know this already, but for example, in this situation I’d have been sore tempted to zoom in just a couple ratchets to crop out the sky, so that in fact the grey hills WERE the sky. That’s just how I roll. I like zooming in tight to create odd photographic bedfellows. Then again, I’m not as often as Sykes in the company of such breathtaking manifestations of the firmament above. But you can see that no matter what grand landscape has captured his fancy, Sykes always takes his bearings with a bit of sky.

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