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Brent Thompson Album from tower near Wolf Creek Dam

Brent Thompson took three spectacular panoramas from the tower just south of Wolf Creek Dam while aloft in his main job. The photos are linked for easier scanning in this three-photo album. Click on the headline to see them all


This story was posted on 2011-05-05 12:36:06
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Scenic Russell Co., KY: View of Wolf Creek Dam



2011-05-05 - Russell Co. near Clinton Co., KY - Photo by Brent Thompson.
High as a bird, view of Wolf Creek Dam Had to replace the beacon on top of the tower at work today. I took my camera along for the view. Rare view from atop the tower 250 ft above the ground and about 400 ft above the dam. Used fisheye to get a wider angle. -Brent Thompson Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

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Scenic Russell Co., KY: View from tower over WCD



2011-05-05 - From Tower near Wolf Creek Dam - Photo by Brent Thompson.
Little fish in a big world: Also taken from on top of the tower at work. View looking south from the dam. Road on the left is KY 127 south. -Brent Thompson. Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

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Scenic Russell Co., KY: Wolf Creek Dam from the SKY



2011-05-05 - From Tower above Wolf Creek Dam - Photo by Brent Thompson.
Wolf Creek Dam from the sky: Had to replace the beacon on top of the tower at work today. I took my camera along for the view. Rare view from atop the tower 250 ft above the ground and about 400 ft above the dam. You can see water on the spillway gates due to the rise in lake elevation from all the rain. -Brent Thompson Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

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