Over the weekend, Rena and I took a break from on our yard work and went to Central & NW Oregon for a short trip – 3 days, 900 miles. After we passed a gorge (V-shape mountain in the middle of the picture), we found out the gorge was a result of a collapsed mountain millions years ago. At that time, the mountain top, sat on a minor fault line, suddenly dropped more than 1,000 feet and created this magnificent scenery.
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It is NE, not NW