For Years I drove by this spot never knowing just how beautiful it was. Moss covered canyon walls, some of the clearest/ bluest water you'll find in Oregon, and a really beautiful trail that can run for 20 miles or so on both sides of the river. Sahalie falls is 1 of 2 water falls just a mile apart from each other.
A great collection of colours on this! A favourite.
A few yeas ago I was using slide film in my 35 mm camera. I found that slides have wonderful color saturation. The only negative side is sometimes they can have harsh contrast. This waterfall is so easy to visit. I usually stop by here several times a year. I am going to upload a photo of this river that shows just how blue the water really is.
Thanks for the comment
Colors, composition, weather and skill all came together for this one, Michael, congratulations -- even just a little breeze would have hurt this. A 'best of' the Oregon cascades.
Sorry for the extremly late response to your posting.
Thankyou for the compliments..
This is a wonderful shot.
Thank you for your kind words!..
I love this shot but I'm suprised it has the highest number of hits in my collection. I think a few others are much better. Like this one of Wahkeena falls or This one Of Mt Hood over Trillium Lake
Yes, this is a beautiful shot, it just amazes me even more how lucky we are to live here. . .
Thanks for the comment! Yes you are right!
It's to bad I did'nt noticed the beauty earlier in my life. Hopefully right now is the right time.
thank you for you kind compliments!
Please forgive me, I don't speak Russian.
Hope you like the photo!
Michael, this photo is stunning!! It goes to my favs...
Kind regards, Rafal
Thank you for the Compliments!
You have a nice Collection as well..
Keep on Shooting and Sharing!
Great scenery and beautiful colours. Greetings from Poland.
Thanks for the Compliments!
You have a nice collection as well.
Keep on Shooting and Sharing!..
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Photo taken in Linn County, OR, USA
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