From a hike in the Columbia River Gorge, this waterfall is pretty tall, taller than the trees around it. You can almost hear the pounding of the river onto the rocks below.
On a beach trip this winter, I stopped in this area near the Wilson River. It was nearly sunset and the river was running fast. Looking around, this photo opportunity looks dark and dreary, yet, it was a great moment to be there. 🙂
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 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 took this photo while on a day trip with a friend. We only had a few minutes to stop by this waterfall, but I loved all the things going on in this photo. I hope you enjoy it too. I find it a little dizzying as I’m not sure where to look. hehehe. I…
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.
This was taken a while ago while hiking around some waterfalls. I wanted to truly see how good my camera was. I think it’s good enough. 🙂
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!
My company has a branch office in Hood River and this week, I had to work from it. On the drive out to the office, I noticed that it was cold enough for most of the falls you’d normally see from Highway 84 to have some edges of ice. As the other day was so…
Taken on a rather cold day in the Columbia Gorge, my friend and I found this pretty waterfall surrounded by foliage. I couldn’t help but be drawn in.