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The tallest waterfall in Oregon at 635 feet.Multnomah CountyColumbia River GorgeOregon
Canon 60D17mmf1310 second shutter400 ISONo filters
multnomah falls, multnomah county, oregon, columbia river gorge, waterfall, waterscape, long exposure
Oh my . . . this is WONDERFUL . . . and so VERY BEAUTIFUL!!!
Thank you, Lori.
WONDERFUL TAKE…WOULD BE ALSO WONDERFUL TO SEE THIS WINTER WITH ICE FLOW FROZEN OVER………..
Thank you, Rose. I have yet to visit this fall in the winter. I’ve seen lots of shots of it frozen over. It is quite beautiful in the winter.
Wow.. beautiful capture!!
Thank you, Teresa.
Thank you for the feature, Kasia.
Seen it live and many pictures since and still can’t decide if I like the bridge or not. Do you get use to shooting with out sun :-)
I’m a nature lover at heart. The bridge really should not be in the scene at all, in my mind. Beings as it leads to the top of the fall & a few other waterfalls further upstream. I guess it’s a necessary evil. Shooting without the sun is fine with me. Photographing waterfalls when it is overcast is the best time in my book. You get the perfect light without any pesky shadows from the sun. Thank you for your comment, James.
So difficult to get the whole image, I love this place and this image represents it so well! Dee
Thank you very much, Dee.
Great shot, beautiful falls.
Thank you, Warren.
STUNNING !!! love this location & your capture of it..cheers.
Fantastic view, great shot
Thank you, Felix.
Thank you kindly for the feature, Lois.