White River Falls in Wasco County , Oregon. I didn't have as much time to take this photo as I usually like to take (usually several hours) since I was traveling with other folks (namely, my sister and her family), but I am planning on a return trip, perhaps in the winter for frozen pictures.
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Cape Horn. The highway must climb over as it can not go around, however the train, which can be seen here if you look closely, can be seen from both ends and goes right through the heart of it.
On the Washington side of the Columbia River it makes an awesome image with great texture and character.
Lateral Falls—lower. I took this image just as the Spring leaves were starting to show and processed it a little differently than I normally do. I had plans to hike the trail to the upper falls and bought a nice new backpack to carry all my photo gear when I shattered a finger on my left hand so all activities will have to be postponed for a couple of months.
It's hard to be stuck inside recovering every day when the weather has been so good, especially when you've got something new to try out.
There are some interesting geological areas in the High Desert of Oregon and it can be difficult to capture it in a way that shows the grandeur of the area and keep it interesting.
I like this photo because the rack layers are the background of the image while the tree in the foreground is the subject. Each are interesting and together they make a much better image but not good enough to be printable.