This spot took my breath away. I had seen pictures, but they didn’t do it justice. You have to follow specific directions to get to this spot, on the southeast side of Bald Mountain, but the hike was easy.
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Multnomah Falls, in the Columbia River Gorge, is Oregon’s tallest waterfall at 620 feet in height. The lodge and viewing bridge was constructed in 1925. This popular falls attracts over two million visitors each year. Still a bit early for fall color when I was there this week with friend Kai of @bhgm.photography .I need to look into investing in a filter system for my lenses, what do you all recommend? #mykgw#multnomahfalls#oregon
The Moon is dancing with the planets this week. This was from last night when she was up close with Saturn (if you zoom in you can kinda make out Saturn’s rings). And on Thursday the Moon will be hitting up Mars....and jk about seeing Saturn’s rings 😂
St Johns bridge is my favorite in Portland. What’s yours?
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My husband, @garspicseh and I spent the afternoon Saturday exploring on the southern side of Mt St Helens. Lower Lewis River Falls had some color, though I don’t think at peak yet. We enjoyed meeting some other photographers from Brush Prairie and Walla Walla, Washington while here.
I think this heat wave gave the moon a sunburn.
Had a great time meeting up with @email@example.com@keonjoe up at Lost Lake last night for some Milky Way action. So much fun showing the guys from the city of Chicago the great Oregon outdoors. We even got to see some insane fireballs in the sky. By far the brightest I’ve ever seen in my life!
Then on my way back home I noticed the moon was rising and it was a deep orange color like a blood moon. Figured why not pull over and shoot it. Overall fantastic night in the woods and this moment topped it off perfectly! #wayfarecollective