Posts Tagged ‘Waterfall

05
Feb
20

in the mountains…

Tamanawas Falls on East side of Mt. Hood in the Oregon Cascades, c. 1985

02
Nov
19

Little Waterfall…

 

A little out of the way waterfall dumping into the Little White Salmon R. in Washington

28
Jan
19

into the woods…

But in every walk with Nature one receives far more than he seeks. ~John Muir, July 1877

22
Jan
19

the flow of the waterfall…

“Waterfalls are exciting because they have power, they have rainbows, they have songs, and they have boldness and craziness!” Mehmet Murat ildan

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20
Sep
17

a gentle start to the season…

the first, much needed, rains of Fall gently filled this little waterfall near the Columbia River Gorge. The rain is helping put out a raging forest fire east of Portland (Oregon).

27
Mar
17

Springtime…

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10
Feb
17

Pouring forth…

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A substantial warm up has ice/snow melting too quickly right now. This image is of Latourell Falls in the Columbia River Gorge.

08
Feb
17

Refreshing…

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06
Feb
17

Frozen in time…

Columbia River Gorge, or as locals call it the Gorge. A small waterfall along the ‘Scenic Hiway’ (the old road up the Gorge before the I-84 freeway was constructed)

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12
Jan
17

Momentarily frozen…

one of many small, unnamed waterfalls tumbling (frozen this day) over the cliffs of the Gorge into ponds, lakes and wetlands that all empty into the Columbia River, on the Oregon side. 

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Below is an 1880 photo taken by……………. of the same general spot, but from a slightly different angle. The photo is courtesy of the Wyeast Blog, which is a good source of Columbia River Gorge information.

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“Palisades, Columbia River” This 1880s scene captured by Frank J. Haynes, official photographer for the Union Pacific Railroad. Crown Point (then called “Thor’s Heights”) and its lacy waterfall are the backdrop for what was known as Echo Bay in the early days of settlement.




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