Railroad, Hwy 95 and Silos
Craigmont Idaho in the distance from the Camas Prairie Railroad.
From Camas Prairie Railroad Part 2
Highway 95 Over Lawyers Canyon
Shot with my DJI Mavic Pro. This image shows highway 95 in the upper mid portion. Below it is the old highway. In the background is the Camas Prairie.
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Stock Creek School
I have driven by this beautiful relic a few times but I just noticed the sign saying that it was Stock Creek School. These rural one-room schoolhouses are so interesting to me.
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From Camas Prairie Railroad Part 1
Leading To The Line
A country road leading up to bridges 46.1 and 47 on the Camas Prairie Railroad.
Bridge 46 From The Road
It gives you a whole new perspective looking up at these trestles.
Camas Prairie Farmland
This is taken from the train trestle. This beautiful view is common around the Camas Prairie, but so uncommon.
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The remnants of the tracks on the trestle in Cottonwood Idaho.
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A small culvert outside of Cottonwood Idaho.
Wild Camas Flowers
The flowers that our prairie gets its name from. The Native Americans used to dig the bulbs for food. Now, we mostly just enjoy the beauty, but I did try some of them cooked. They were ok, but I am not sure they are worth the effort.
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Canola fields provide such a vivid contrast to the green grasses on the prairie.
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Canola From The Air
An export from the DJI Mavic Pro as I rode along the, now abandoned, historic Camas Prairie Railroad. I am working on documenting the whole line on my blog http://www.RusticLens.com .
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Farming With A View
What an amazing backdrop to this agricultural scene.
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From Hwy 93 Abandoned
The winter and spring have been so wet here this year. The canola is in bloom though and is as beautiful as ever.
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From Local Explorations
Swans At Sunrise
While trying to find a scene to capture the beautiful sunrise, these swans flew right over me.
A misty and buttery sunrise in Idaho.
An old barn at an Idaho homestead.
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From Fenn Homestead
Sunrise and Fog
From Local Shots - The Camas Prairie