Portland is a lovely city with lots of material for photography. You have some very nice images from the Southwest.
Thanks for the compliment!
The boat is a Norsea 27 belonging to Ray and Naomi Sanders of Silverton. It is a very nice boat.
I believe it is posted slightly out of position on the lake. The picture was taken up what we call (incorrectly) Kinney Creek Arm though it's really Heater Creek.
Go left (NW) from where the photo is placed and take a left around the next point. This is Kinney Creek arm of the lake. Then take the next left (heading SE) and this is Heater Creek. The falls, and the boat are at the head of the creek.
Hi Ralph, Thanks for your kind comment about the Opal Creek photo. I see you travel all over also,shooting some very nice work. I used to fish in the area where you took this photo.
I was talking with the folks at Opal Creek and Jawbone flats is snowed in and they are supplying the permanent residents there by air drop.
The Opal Creek photo may appear in National Geographic Travel magazine with a story they're doing on the area.
Thanks Ron! A compliment from you makes me very happy and I apreciate it even more!
Travel greetings from belgium.
There is a wide path around the back of this one and a couple of others in the park. One of the greatest concentrations of waterfalls in one area.
Ron Cooper Photography