The location in the photos is:
The Wild Horses Monument and views of the Columbia River, in Washington State.
While traveling east on I-90, (from Ellensburg,WA, just after crossing the Columbia River and before Moses Lake, WA) there is a scenic pullout, at exit 139. It was from this pullout that the photos were taken. The steel horses apparently been there since 1989 and were sculpted by David Govedare.
We have always been in too great of a hurry to do so, but one day I want to hike up to see these beautiful sculptures up-close.
I did get to see them from the pullout twice in the past few weeks though - once returning with my husband and son from a soccer tournament in Seattle; and once a few days ago when I picked my daughter up from college.
My husband took the photo with my son on our camera. The photo of my daughter and I is a "selfie" on an iPhone, as we were the only people at the pullout at the time! The horses are harder to see in the photo with my daughter, but both were taken from approximately the same spot.
If you ever are on this stretch of I-90, it is well worth the stop to admire these views and sculptures.
Did you recognize this place when you saw the photos on Saturday?