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Originally published Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at 7:02 PM

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Oregon's Painted Hills

Photographer: Rod Hoekstra, Seattle Photo taken: May 21, John Day Fossil Bed National Monument, Ore. Photographer's description: "I stopped...

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Fantastic! It looks as if the rainbows are painting the hills, pouring their color... MORE

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Photographer:

Rod Hoekstra, Seattle

Photo taken: May 21, John Day Fossil Bed National Monument, Ore.

Photographer's

description:

"I stopped in the Painted Hills toward sunset and was treated to this rainbow when the sun popped out. Shot with a Canon 50D camera and Canon 10-22mm lens."

Expert says:

"The sunlight highlights the layering of color in the hills, while the absence of the light allows the background to cleanly fade out. Shooting from a lower elevation and angle would help the hills rise up and fill more of the frame."

— Kathryn Bachen,

Seattle Times photo staff

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