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Photography by Jay Frichette | Photos of Washington Wine Country, Animals, Tri-City Landmarks, Vintage Autos, and Farms
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Never know what you will find if you really look.

Path through Wine Country

Was a cold windy day but worth it to see the contrast in the wine grape fields of Red Mountain WA.

Snowy day on Red Mountain

Snow on Red Mountain

First snow of the year on Red Mountain (January 18th 2012)

Clover Island Art

One of the many art features on Clover Island in Kennewick WA.

Kennewick Art Feature on Clover Island

Lighthouse

Clover Island Lighthouse at sunset on a nice October evening in Kennewick WA.

Lighthouse at sunset

In your face

Where’s my sugar cube?

Frosty Morning

Two friendly horses looking for a handout on a cold morning in Pasco WA

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MARYHILL MUSEUM

                                                         

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Stonehenge, on the Columbia River

The Stonehenge Memorial was built by entrepreneur Sam Hill as a tribute to the soldiers of Klickitat County, Washington, who lost their lives in World War I. Sam Hill’s Stonehenge is a full-scale replica of England’s famous Stonehenge in Wiltshire Stone Henge WWI Memorial on the Columbia River       This replica of Stonehenge¬† […]

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Red Mountain Spring

The beauty of Red Mountain Wine Country is that it is always changing with the seasons and the weather.                  

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Spring Storm

On May 4th 2012 a storm blew through the Tri-Cities which showed us some very interesting cloud formations. In memory of the 2977 men and women who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.  These vertical supports were salvaged from the World Trade Center and transported to Kennewick.  This Memorial was dedicated in 2011.

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Fun on the farm.

                 

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Fidelitas Winery Building Patio

Snow on Red Mountain

  In a snow storm on January 18th I made my way out to Red Mountain passing many cars in the ditch to get a few photos.                              

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Deep down the trail

A Walk In Chiawana Park

Walking the dog at Chiawana Park and had the chance to snap a few pictures of the trail I was on with our Shitzu, Megan.  

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