Rogue River Gorge
Rogue River National Forest
Union Creek, Oregon

The Rogue River cuts its way through a 1.25-million year old lava flow. The rushing river follows ancient lava tubes, forming natural bridges and gorges. Potholes are sculpted into solid rock by the continuous spinning of small rocks.

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  • Veronica Schultz
    Veronica Schultzabout 3 years ago

    Fantastic shot!

  • Thanks Veronica!

    – Harry Snowden

  • kalima
    kalimaabout 3 years ago

    this one is magical!

  • Thanks Kali, I thought so too!

    – Harry Snowden

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