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Shoshone Falls

On our road trip down to Utah, we stopped at Shoshone Falls in Idaho to soak up some more carved canyon rock and breath in some fresh air. This canyon in particular was shaped and carved out from the Bonneville Flood during the last ice age, which is responsible for carving out a big part of the Snake River canyon. The falls usually flow at their strongest during the spring, but they were quite diminished, possibly from irrigation and reroutes. Nevertheless, it was a beautiful display, even with only a very small amount of the water escaping down its walls.

Shoshone Falls scene

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