The Columbia River Gorge is a place of ungraspable beauty, and of cataclysmic geology. Glacial outburst megafloods (the Missoula Floods) carved the cliffs and caused landslides (Rooster Rock), sculpting the preexisting rock. The Gorge’s steep walls are made largely of Columbia River Basalt, a series of unfathomable floods of basalt that erupted and carpeted the Pacific Northwest, forming the Columbia Plateau. These taken on Tuesday the 13th, just before snow blanketed the area, but just after dusting the peaks, from Crowne Point’s Vista House.
Jameson aged in Stout conditioned casks? Color me intrigued. This might be what I buy after this month of the cleanse….or you know…just go with my old standy of Lagavulin, Oban or Talisker…dammit now I want a drink.
Everything. Everything. Everything about this. This human killed it last night at Time-Based Arts Festival’s Critical Mascara. So many great images of Gerrin. So hard to choose. Beaut and beaut and beaut.