Canon 1100D

Another shot of the north fork of the Alsea River. This again is down a little ways from the falls. It was quite the experience to work at setting the shutter speed, setting the tripod level and making sure the camera was absolutely still for my shots. The end results of the some of the shots were well worth the process of climbing, crawling, squatting and fidgeting to get everything right. And it helped that I managed to do it without falling in the river.


river, rocks, water, trees, nature

What can I say except I really enjoy taking pictures. Capturing little bits of the world to save for myself. Now I’m sharing those with you if you’d like to have a look. Any hints, tips, or advice on how to make them better is appreciated. Thanks for visiting my photos.

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  • trueblvr
    trueblvr10 months ago

    GORGEOUS !!!!!

  • Thanks! I had such a time getting these pictures. I climbed over things and around them and through ferns and the whole time I was thinking “oh please don’t let there be spiders”.. and “Oh God don’t let me fall and break my camera”. …lol. My legs are still a little stiff as are my shoulders, but it was so worth it to have finally really had a place to try out a longer shutter speed and get these pictures. I didn’t even have to use my filter, the lighting was just right, the colors were so beautiful. I’m just so happy they came out.

    – Annie Underwood

  • Kanages Ramesh
    Kanages Ramesh7 months ago


    Your HEARTFELT Creation is on DISPLAY Here

  • Thank you very much.

    – Annie Underwood

  • Carolyn Clark
    Carolyn Clark7 months ago


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