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Greg Burke | profile | all galleries >> THE OREGON HIGH DESERT [5 galleries] >> JOHN DAY RIVER gallery tree view | thumbnails | slideshow | map


The John Day river flows, un-dammed, 284 miles from headwaters to the mouth at the Columbia river, It has three main forks and flows primarily out of the Blue mountains of eastern Oregon, The lower section flows through a very deep and grand basalt canyon . These are just a few photos from several float trips done over the years.
Mule deer crossing river just below Thirtymile cr. The Stair Step Pallisades Basalt Camp palisades camp
bighorn sheep spires folded hills.jpg Columnar Basalt
g9/68/169568/3/163236769.Ctu3jj9a.jpg Horseshoe Bend Camp, John Day  River John Day  River
John Day river wild Steelhead g9/68/169568/3/159116601.kQub5pju.jpg g9/68/169568/3/159116595.CBh8A9Lz.jpg North Fork John Day River
foggy morning at priest hole priest hole / panted hills g2/68/169568/3/149196479.e90u0xei.jpg John day country
john day country 2 bighorn ram Dale Oregon  river Ice / North Fork John Day River
Confluence Panorama,  Middle Fork / North Fork,  John Day River bighorn sheep below hoot owl camp_Panorama sunrise @ cathedral rock
January steelhead float big horn sheep calm reach hoot owl rock area
morning reflection Big Bend / HDR image Dec. steelhead float J&M painted hills pano
John Day R winter painted hill formation John Day R. light jd rafting
ridge hike cathedral rock purple sage and buckwheat globe mallow
priest hole in December below homestead rapid  willows and mist. jdr above service cr
priest hole john day jade