When you walk into the Wilson Theater in Rupert, Idaho, it's hard not to feel like you've been transported back to the roaring 20's. So much of the original architecture is still in place and even the renovated parts have been updated in such a way that you still get that 1920's …
The old saying that lightning never strikes twice is way off and I can prove it. It just so happens that lightning struck like 20 bazillion times over Buhl and Kade Andrews captured it in a beyond belief long-exposure pic.
Shoshone Falls is known as the 'Niagara of the West' with one caveat. It requires that a ton of water be present before it becomes its awesome self. But, even when the flow hasn't really kicked in thanks to winter, irrigation or whatever, it's still pretty great.
There have been some amazing photos shared on the Magic Valley Camera Club Facebook page. The one that Sharon Breshears shared is proof positive that there is no sunset better than a Magic Valley sunset in Idaho.
What is the most expensive house you can currently purchase in Buhl? According to ZIllow, it's this one. It's an epic estate that overlooks the Snake River and is near Clear Springs Country Club. And, it can be yours for a cool $1,400,000.
When people think of Twin Falls, the Perrine Bridge is the one visual thing that is tied to our city. It's easy to forget that 40 years ago, there was another bridge that came before it. Do you remember the Twin Falls-Jerome bridge?
There's only one thing that is worse than having a loved one missing or murdered. And, that's not having any closure knowing where their body is or who committed the crime. East Idaho Cold Cases is a website that has been created to try and solve these cases which have no resolution.
If you're like me, you've stared into Snake River Canyon from Twin Falls a zillion times. But, have you taken the time to check it out from the other side? Mike Dixon from Jerome did and captured an amazing pic of of the view.
I've taken a lot of pictures of the Perrine Bridge. It's amazing on a sunny day, but equally spectacular when there's fog especially in the early morning hours. However, I've never seen a really great photo of the Perrine at night - until now.