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Stormy morning, shortly after sunrise. Rowena Crest, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, United States.
Nikon D800, ISO 200, 1/125 seconds, f/7.1 @ 16mm.
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I am a passionate photographer, based in the Seattle area. The beautiful Pacific Northwest landscape is my main source of inspiration.
Beautiful capture Dan!!
Glad you liked it Steve, thanks!
– Dan Mihai
You are very kind Gary – thank you!
What an amazing view and beautifully composed shot! Wow!
Thanks for your kind comment Angie!
What an amazing world is shown here! The flowers actually bloom there like that??? Wonderful foreground exposure in obviously tricky light, and a beautiful scene.
Thanks Bette! Flowers really bloom this way. Rowena Crest is famous for the yellow balsamroot flowers, but I was lucky to find the Indian Paintbrush too, for more variety of colors.
wow, gorgeous composition and colors!
Thank you very much Marie!
Thank you very much for featuring my work!
Absolutely beautiful Dan !!!! ☺♥
Happy to hear that you enjoyed this image Evita, thanks!
What a beautiful scene! This is great man!
Thanks Felix! There is a big area covered by these yellow balsamroot every spring – a real feast for the eyes!
Oh yes, this is pretty! Love how you’ve captured this!
I appreciate your kind thoughts Gabe – thank you!
Stunning capture, beautiful colours and great composition
Thanks a lot Ralph, you are very kind!