Categories: Columbia River Gorge Hikes
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A few years ago I made a cold December trip to the Columbia River Gorge.
After a few days of below freezing temperatures, the majestic waterfalls were rimmed with ice.
Icicles formed alongside the falls and ice covered the tree branches.
The area was a winter wonderland and a magnet for photographers.
I brought a tripod, slowed down the lens, kept the lens clear of mist and focused on the icicles.
Maybe this year you’ll shoot a photo suitable for a Holiday card.
Thanks for the kind words Spencer.
These are magnificent! The pictures are stunning and I love how you caught nature’s power! They also make me think of a fall I saw on the Inca Trail in Peru and of a lovely warm fire to sit by (simultaneously). 🙂
Thanks Ellen. Waterfalls are always fun to photograph even when its cold.