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Opabin Plateau Larch Reflections by phillips_chip
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Cocora Dreamtime by tristan29photography
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Long Bridge to Astoria by ursula
Astonishing Assinbiboine by ccollacott
I was very happy to be part of co-leading the OOAK workshop in Canada this year and look out for some more images of Assiniboine from the rest of the group!
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Lakeland Wanderings by elizabethgadd
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Squiggles by eyeofalens
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Secret Grove by MajeedBadizadegan
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This waterfall is tucked away in the Columbia River Gorge. It’s not a recognizable fall to most. It’s often photographed by landscape photographers, but it’s difficult to get to, and the environment is fragile.
I was inspired to work on this image after spending some time canyoneering through some deep Oregon wilderness in a different part of the state, on the Quartzville creek. Without the proper equipment and ability, it is not possible to access some of the locations in that area. It was incredible to see nature untouched and pristine. So many famous locations take some serious abuse as they increase in popularity and see more traffic.
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Autumn Mood by brownfieldj
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Panther’s Fury by FilterKaapi
I just got back from one of the most epic trips of my life. Oregon and Washington are perhaps the most amazing places for landscape photographers, and I count myself lucky to have got the opportunity to see some of their best locations. I also got the opportunity to shoot and learn from a photographer who I’ve for long admired, Marc Adamus. It was amazing to learn from Marc, to see his vision in action from start to finish. The man was born with a camera in hand I tell ya!
This is Lower Panther Creek Falls. The hike down here is really interesting to say the least. The waterfalls are breathtaking to see in person, the sound from them reverberates through the forest.
Taking this shot involved getting into knee deep water which was freezing cold. Two seconds in, I lost sensation in my feet. It also took a lot of lens wiping to remove spray from the front. While taking the shot, sunlight began to hit the upper falls and created a golden glow which really enhanced the shot.
Most of the processing for this shot was done in Camera RAW. Some selective adjustments were done in Photoshop to bring out details in the image.
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