Wintertime at Butte Creek falls
Butte Creek falls in its winter coat.
Gunsight Butte and Anthony Lake
Gunsight Butte with Anthony Lake in the foreground. This location is adjacent to the Anthony Lakes ski and recreation area located in the Elkhorn range of the Blue Mountains in Eastern Oregon.
Named for an 1885 incident in which a passenger train became snowbound for three weeks (nobody starved) near this location. This long exposure of the creek captures a nice winter flow with an abundance of moss along its rocky shore.
Abiqua in morning light
A beautiful capture of Abiqua Falls on an misty, overcast morning. This amplified the colors of the red lichen clinging to to the columnar basalt rock as well as the various greens.
Fall at Butte Creek
Sweet Creek Falls
The beauty of Sweet Creek Falls is amplified by this long exposure capture as it flows into its basin in Oregon's coastal mountains above the town of Florence.
Taken in early summer this beautiful long exposure of Starvation Creek in the Columbia River Gorge amplifies the sense of flowing water as it cascades down towards the Columbia River in the Columbia River National Scenic Area.
Abiqua Falls Side View
Face Rock near Bandon Oregon
Fall at Multnomah Falls
South Falls (Silver Falls state park, Oregon)
Butte Creek Falls
Spring is the best time to visit Butte Creek falls. The thick vegetation and the "freshness" of the greens leave you with the sense that you have found the heart of the forest.
South Falls, Silver Falls State Park, Oregon
This fall capture of South Falls features a sunburst as it begins its decent behind the the 177 ft waterfall. South Falls features a well developed trail that winds its way behind the falls.
Multnomah Falls (Spring)
An early morning capture when the light is at its best at Multnomah falls. This stunning fine art photo captures the finest of details from that spring morning.
Coquille River Lighthouse, Bandon, Oregon
Vista house and the Gorge
A tug and barge offer a sense of scale opposite from the Vista House that's perched on a remnant of one of the many fifteen million year old lava flows that the Columbia river carved its channel from, creating a natural treasure with its high concentration of waterfalls and unparalleled views.
Fall Day at Crown Point