This structure is in a pretty desolate corner of the world, on the bluff overlooking the Columbia River in north central Washington State. It also has a multitude of corners, angles, and intersections. You wouldn’t want to get caught by the sharp tip of one of those blades! Stationary, it almost looks like a piece of art. It was stopped the day we drove past it.
If you’re not careful, your eyes will cross and your brain will tie itself in knots, wondering what it’s looking at. From far away, just a riverbank. Up close?
Just don’t walk down by the Columbia River in bare feet.
These are small pieces of the columnar basalt cliffs along the Columbia River in Eastern Washington State.