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Elowah Falls is one of my favorite waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge. It is particularly nice during late October.

No leaves were placed during the making of this photograph!

(Technical details: Nikon D70, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24mm lens, Hoya Circular Polarizer, f/14, 6 seconds.)

Here is a more recent photo from a closer vantage point:

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150 foot Tamanawas Falls is always beautiful, but the view downstream is particularly nice during autumn.

(Technical details: Nikon D70, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24 lens, Circular Polarizer, f/8, 1/2.5 second.)

Huge thanks to :iconivanandreevich: for editing the contrast and saturation!
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Croatia, mountain Velebit. Autumn is here.
One nice cold sunset, at the pass Bujma.
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This is one of my favorite riverside vantage points along the the Old Salmon River Trail, not far from where I took this photo:



No leaves were placed during the making of this photograph!

(Technical details: Nikon D90, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24 lens, Circular Polarizer, f/11, 3 seconds.)

Special thanks to :iconivanandreevich: for suggesting that I post this!
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Sparks Lake offers many fantastic vantage points of South Sister, Broken Top, and Mount Bachelor. I took this photo on a chilly September morning, just before hiking to the top of South Sister (pictured here). My timing was serendipitous, not only for the incredible clouds but also for the fallen log in the water, which created fascinating reflections that became an integral part of my composition.

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(Technical details: Nikon D70, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 18-70mm lens, Hoya Circular Polarizer, f/22, 1.3 seconds, numb fingers. No tricky post-processing... this is how the camera captured the scene.)
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Mount Shuksan is one of the most photographed mountains in the world, and this small lake is a big reason. Access is super easy... just drive up and walk a few feet to the vantage point. My girlfriend and I had the place to ourselves, except for the abundant (and hungry) mosquitoes. But we had our bug spray, so we were able to keep them at bay long enough to get our photos.

This location is so ridiculously photogenic that I am convinced that it is impossible to take a bad photo. In fact, I tried to do precisely that... I deliberately under- and over-exposed some of my shots, and it made no difference!

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Ah yes... Multnomah Falls. At 620 feet, it is the tallest in Oregon and third tallest year-round waterfall in the United States. And how many waterfalls have their own exit on an Interstate highway? ;)

This photo is from last October because I was not thrilled with this year's substandard fall color display. My visit was a few days early judging by the leaves on the right side of the frame, but the leaves on the left side more than made up for that. I shot as wide as possible to include the leaves and log in the lower foreground.

(Technical details: Nikon D90, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24mm lens, Hoya Circular Polarizer, f/11, 1.3 seconds.)

It looks a bit different during winter:

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Located in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge, Wahclella Falls is lovely during late October.

(Technical details: Nikon D70, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24mm lens, Hoya Circular Polarizer, f/22, 2 seconds.)

It can look VERY different during winter!



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This is my favorite spot on the Old Salmon River Trail. Huge old-growth trees and vine maple combine to make a fantastic view in mid-October. There are also many beautiful river vantage points, such as this:



No leaves were placed during the making of this photograph!

(Technical details: Nikon D90, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24 lens, Hoya UV filter, f/8, 5 seconds.)

NOTE: I have submitted this to various autumn-themed contests, including those presented by :iconfeaturing-nature: :iconunframed-nature: :icontrees-with-character: :icontrees-around-us:. However, I have also contributed prizes to some of those contests, so in the event that I win any contests, I will not accept any prizes. :)
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Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, I have been fortunate enough to see (and photographing) hundreds of waterfalls. Proxy Falls remains my favorite. If you visit the Pacific Northwest, you should make every attempt to visit this incredible waterfall. If you have a camera, you can easily spend an entire afternoon here. Trail information/directions can be found here.

Here are side views from my 2010 Proxy Falls Pilgrimage:



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(Technical details: Nikon D70, Manfrotto 190PROB tripod, Nikon 12-24mm lens, Hoya Circular Polarizer, f/14, 1/2.5 seconds.)
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