The Painted Hills is a geologic site in Wheeler County, Oregon that is one of the three units of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument along with Sheep Rock and Clarno. Distinguished by varied stripes of red, tan, orange, and black, this area preserves a sequence of past climate change. I used a long lens to capture small sections of the hillside, emphasizing the beautiful colors, lines and texture.
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