One of the best times to photograph in the Columbia Gorge is during fall color. So this year I patiently waited through a record wet October, hoping that a weather window would open before fallen leaves rotted. Finally, right at October’s end, 2 to 3 days of relatively dry weather were forecast and off to […]
The balsam root and lupine wildflowers in the Columbia Gorge were remarkable this year. High winds turned my first visit into just a scouting trip. So I watched the weather forecasts and returned two days later when low winds were predicted. Other than the fact that the view of Mt. Hood was obscured, the conditions […]
This year I wanted to capture some Gorge waterfalls during Spring high water. So during the last week of March I made three sorties from Portland. The trip’s photo album can be found here.
Last weekend I spent two days hiking in the Columbia Gorge. The wildflower reports had been excellent and I did see lots of flowers, but I didn’t find them either photogenic or able to be captured in driving rain. Therefore I “focused” on waterfall and creek shots. The first day was spent driving up to Dry […]
I have published three new 2011 image galleries: Olympic Peninsula – images of the Olympics National Park coast & rain forests taken during a Marc Adamus photography workshop this past May; Columbia River Gorge – images taken in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge during a Marc Adamus photography workshop this past May; Painted Hills – images taken during […]