This photo was taken on a hike near Stevenson, Washington. I really loved the perspective this brings. A long way from where you are and from where you’re going. Just looking down the road.
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!
There really are fifty-three in this photo. I counted. Hope you enjoy today’s photo…
Today’s photo from the Columbia River Gorge, shows the waterfall, as seen through the trees. There’s something special about this shot.
Looking up into the sky, I caught this beautiful sight. While it wouldn’t look nearly as exciting in color – well, maybe the blue skies behind it would have – I thought, in black and white, it was striking and enjoyable.
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.
I caught this shot while on a hike, I thought the reflections were cool inside the lake and I didn’t think it was possible to catch the short as I saw it. I was wrong.
Went on an adventure today near Carson, Washington. We were in search of remote waterfalls; instead we found forest service roads and patches of car-deep snow. I did run across this great quiet stream shot, though.
Taken on a hike through the Columbia Gorge – This was a pretty cool place to see separate falls and the entire path of this brook to and through where I was standing… A beautiful sight!