12/5/10 – Featured in the INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPES Group.
I took this photo on our trip to Seattle in October. I wanted to be able to stop and get photos of the lake itself, but Shaun was in a hurry. I had to settle for things that I could see from the gas station. Moses Lake is out in the middle of nowhere, about halfway between Spokane, which is near the Idaho border, and Ellensburg, which lies on the eastern edge of the Cascade Range. It’s horribly hot in the summer and terribly cold in the winter, so you would only want to visit in the spring or fall. My uncle was once stuck there for a week, waiting for a five dollar part for his Mercedes, and acted like he was having a nervous breakdown. They do have these wonderful water towers all over the place and the lake is beautiful.
Photo taken in October, 2010 with a Kodak EasyShare Z712 IS camera.