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This is the first of several photos from my trip to Glacier National Park last August. As we were driving along Lake McDonald en route to Avalanche Gorge, we noticed how still the water was, so we looked for a good vantage point. This is a stitch of 10 vertical shots. Vantage point is facing west... Apgar Mountain and Lookout is on the left side.

NOTE: When displayed at its default size, the photo may appear a bit "soft". FULL VIEW is highly recommended for better appreciation of detail.

(Nikon D90, Nikon 18-200 lens, circular polarizer, f/22, 3 seconds, Bogen/Manfrotto tripod)

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The famous Cannon Beach sea stacks as seen from Ecola State Park, which is slightly north along the Oregon Coast.

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(Nikon D70, Nikon 18-70 lens, circular polarizer, f/25, 1/80 second, Bogen/Manfrotto tripod)
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Another photo from my trip to Glacier National Park last August. When you enter the park at Many Glacier, one of the first things you will see is Lake Sherburne and the mountains to the west. Grinnell Point is near the center of the frame, with the Garden Wall / Continental Divide beyond it.

The water was completely still, so my girlfriend and I stopped to photograph it. While most people stood at the roadside, pointing their camera phones toward the beautiful scene, we took the short rocky walk down to the water's edge for a better (and less crowded) vantage point.

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(Nikon D90, Nikon 18-200 lens, circular polarizer, f/22, 1/1.3 seconds, Bogen/Manfrotto tripod)

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alsea falls, benton county, oregon. comments are welcome and :+fav:'s always appreciated! hope you enjoy and thanks for looking:)




updated 3-6-12:re-edited to hdr
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South Sister is the third highest peak (10,358 feet) in the state of Oregon. I hiked/climbed to the summit several years ago, and stopped at sunrise to take this photograph of the mountain's reflection in Moraine Lake (6,450 feet elevation). Because I was not carrying my tripod, I tried to steady the camera on rocks to get as long an exposure (1/8 second) as possible. The high wind prevented me from getting a completely still reflection, but it was still quite nice.

(Nikon D70, Nikon 12-24 lens, circular polarizer, f/11, 1/8 second, handheld)

Special thanks to :iconivanandreevich:, who saw this in my PBase gallery and suggested that I post it here.
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This is another of my favorite photos from Jefferson Park, which is located in the Mount Jefferson Wilderness area at the base of Mount Jefferson (10,497 feet elevation... second highest mountain in the state of Oregon). This tiny tarn provides a wonderful spot for a reflection of the mountain.

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(Nikon D70, Nikon 12-24 lens, circular polarizer, f/7.1, 1/40 second, handheld)

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Located in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge, Wahe Falls is somewhat of a Holy Grail for hard-core waterfall hunters. It involves every manner of physical obstacle (no trail, half a mile of creek wading, climbing a sheer rock face, thorns, and chest-high poison oak). I ended up bushwhacking down a steep crumbly hill and along the creek in darkness (though fortunately I remembered to bring my headlamp). I also contracted a nasty case of poison oak that drove me insane for the following week.

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Also see Study 1, which was taken from the other side:



(Nikon D90, Nikon 18-200 lens, circular polarizer, f/11, 3 seconds, Bogen/Manfrotto tripod)

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This is another of my favorite photos from Jefferson Park, which is located in the Mount Jefferson Wilderness area at the base of Mount Jefferson (10,497 feet elevation... second highest mountain in the state of Oregon). Scout Lake provides many terrific vantage points, especially at sunset.

NOTE: When displayed at its default size, the photo may appear a bit "soft". FULL VIEW is highly recommended for better appreciation of detail.

(Nikon D70, Nikon 12-24 lens, circular polarizer, f/13, 1/1.3 second, handheld!)

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A shot of Paulina Falls, near Bend, Oregon.

I had to take the pics in a hurry because I was losing light and didn't want to get lost in the snow in the woods.
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