From Every Angle

For this week’s photo challenge: From Every Angle, I’m bringing back a post I made last spring. I really love this canoe sculpture and fish mural in Lewiston, Idaho, embellishing a fish plant by the river, of course. This week’s challenge is to take 3 photos of a stationary object, each shot from a different angle. Click here to see my original post.

I like these photos and I can’t help the play on words as salmon and sturgeon have been captured from every angle allowed in the rivers. Anglers, wildlife agencies, Tribes, the fish industry, power companies and their users, and conservationists view these primary target fish in the Clearwater and Snake Rivers from several angles.  One thing we all agree on is that we want the fish population in the Pacific Northwest to stay healthy and abundant. The issues are complex and interrelated. I’ll investigate the current status this fall after our wildfires are under control and my contacts will have more time for interviews. Watch for that post later.

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9 thoughts on “From Every Angle”

    1. Thanks! Found the art by traveling the backroad into the city. Today Riggins, near us, was evacuated just outside town for several miles, including some resorts and orchards. We haven’t had much smoke for a couple days and it rained last night. Our place is some miles and mountains away, but an hour drive to Teepee fire, the closest. Hopeful!

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    1. Rain last night with lightning. Yikes! Cool and cloudy today with breeze. Riggins is ready to evacuate, has evacuated to its north. Glad you have rain. I like photo galleries because it’s too hard to select just on e usually. Thanks for your comments.

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  1. Love these photos! What a great way to liven up what would otherwise be a pretty nondescript building… The canoe sculpture is amazing! Also, thanks for stopping by my blog! In response to your comment, I’ve put a link to Indie Rock Beastie’s past appearance into the current post, and you can view nearly 2 years worth of past Beastie creations at http://crawcraftsbeasties.com/category/knitted-beasties/. Thanks for visiting, I’m looking forward to reading some more of your posts 😁

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    1. Thanks for your comments on my photos and for the link. I want to make monster dolls since my trip to Transylvania. Not thinking I’ll knit one, but who knows. Yours are cute. I’ll check out the links. Thanks for puting one into your blog.

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      1. You’re welcome, thanks for the idea! You’ll probably find some good ideas and patterns for monster dolls on Pinterest, if you haven’t looked already… If there’s anything more fun than making monsters, I’m yet to discover it! Enjoy 😀

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