This image is taken from the top of the Frenchman’s Spring Coulee looking down toward the Columbia River. The mountains in the far background are the Cascade foothills. This coulee was created during the Ice Age Missoula Floods. It is the farthest south water path from the Quincy Basin to the Columbia River. The flood waters in the Quincy Basin were split by the Frenchman hills, just south of this coulee. The water flowed east into the Drumheller Channels toward Othello and west into the Columbia River via several coulees including Frenchman Springs.
The wind was howling, so I did not feel like getting too close to the edge. I bet this will make a good sunset or sunrise photo. I will be back.