~ Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Made by Humans ~

When William Clark arrived at the shores of the Pacific Ocean, he carved a message on a living tree to establish United States precedence of discovery and occupation in what was then the Oregon Territory.

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Clark’s Tree Sculpture

The bronze memorial sculpture, created by Stanley Wanlass, marks the westernmost and northernmost point of Lewis & Clark’s journey on the Pacific coast. It sits on a dune above the beach near The Breakers in Long Beach, WA – USA.

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“William Clark. Nov. 19, 1805. By land from the U. States.”

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4 Responses to ~ Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Made by Humans ~

  1. The first photo is such a striking image

  2. Cee Neuner says:

    Wonderful photos for this week 😀 😀

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