From the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. 🙂
Ok. Maybe not for miles, my eyes aren’t that good. On a clear day, though, you can see for, what feels like, forever. The Columbia River Gorge, on a clear day, offers spectacular views from many different vantage points. Enjoy!
Today’s photo from the Columbia River Gorge, shows the waterfall, as seen through the trees. There’s something special about this shot.
Today’s photo comes from a winter hike in the Columbia River Gorge. Having posted a “moss on a rock” photo before, I thought it was time to see it again. 🙂
Today’s photo comes from a hike in the Columbia River Gorge. The Bridal Falls waterfall has a bit of a hike to get to it, but it’s well worth the trip, as you’ll see.
While I’m sure to get some strange SEO from the title, when you see the photo, you’ll know what I mean. 🙂 From a hike in the Columbia River Gorge.
Taken in the Columbia River Gorge, while hiking some waterfall trails. I couldn’t help but notice the vibrance of the colors found in this frame. The stark lines and the soft clouds. I’m particularly proud of this shot. 🙂 What do you think? Is it a memorable one?
Hehehe. I just really like this view.
From a hike in the Columbia River Gorge. I really enjoy these little trees standing out on their own. Standing tall. Which is something I’m not doing right now. 🙂
From a hike this summer, this waterfall was beautiful and loud! As a geology student, I love the rock, and as me, I love the moss all over and the falls coming down. My hiking friend was in the bottom of the picture.