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Photographer finds ice framing Palouse Falls

Ice covers the ledges of Palouse Falls on Eastern Washington's Palouse River on Jan. 18, 2013. (Craig Goodwin)
Ice covers the ledges of Palouse Falls on Eastern Washington's Palouse River on Jan. 18, 2013. (Craig Goodwin)

STATE PARKS — Palouse Falls State Park is worth a trip any time of year. But Spokane photographer Craig Goodwin braved temperatures in the teens for a visit this week and likes what he saw.

“Palouse Falls probably gets most of its visits in the spring with the big runoff but I headed out Friday and with all the ice I found it arguably more beautiful than in the spring,” he said, commenting on the photo above.




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