Back in June I celebrated my 30th birthday with a trip to the Pacific Northwest where I spend 5 full days wading through the cool water of dozens of the Columbia River Gorges waterfalls and streams. Oneonta Gorge was the last one I visited and what a tough spot to photograph! The mist from this fall was relentless and I made almost a hundred images here before I had one that was mostly clear of water droplets! Shooting with an ultra wide in situations like this with 6" square filters mounted to the front is really tough! Shoot, wipe, shoot, wipe, repeat, repeat.
Ive yet to see any images from the CRG since the massive wildfire that tore through the area a couple of months ago but I shutter to think that this lush and amazing place is left in cinder and ash. Nature is mighty and she will rebuild!
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