I don’t know what that thing represents but it is an art piece installed for Expo 1974. May, 2011.
When the Spokane River crests at high-flow, the footbridges around Canada Island in Riverfront Park are a perfect place to enjoy the show. May, 2011.
A close-up view of the main drop of Spokane Falls. May, 2011.
These condos along the Spokane River have one of the best views in town. Downtown could use a few more projects like this. March. 2011.
These footbridges criss-cross the Spokane River throughout Riverfront Park. March, 2011.
Not too many cities have water falls roaring through their downtown. Not too many cities offer gondola rides just above them. Spokane’s pretty dope. March, 2011.
This June, 2004, picture illustrates well how low the Spokane River runs in high summer.
A placid June, 2004, day on the Spokane River just east of Riverfront Park, Downtown.
The steps outside Spokane’s Opera House along the Spokane River. June, 2004.
Steps along the Spokane River adjacent to the Opera House. June, 2004.
Spokane River George beach-front property is now coveted. Not long ago, no one really cared to live there. November, 2003.
The Olmsted Brothers have a vision for this place — the Spokane River George looking west from the Monroe Street Bridge, Downtown. November, 2003.
In late fall, even after the rains set in, the Spokane River is at it’s lowest flow of the year, as seen in this November, 2003 photo. The natural area on the right has since been converted into a park.