L.D.Lindsley’s Jumble Field

Sometime during the late 1940s L.D.Lindsley, now a man past middle age, carried his bulky camera past Umatilla in Dry Falls to a place where basalt columns lay strewn about with granite, all mixed up. He paused before a tall basalt pillar, unpacked his gear and took a picture of the rock spire.
Later, at the studio when the picture was developed he flipped it over and on the back wrote “Jumble Field” in ball point.

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