"Dry Creek Falls"

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"Dry Creek Falls"

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"Dry Creek Falls" - 24 x 66" Colour Photograph
Pigment ink on Archival Certified Canvas

This was the last waterfall I photographed on a six day trip to the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. Despite its name, Dry Creek is far from dry and is one of the more impressive waterfalls in the Gorge. The falls are accessed from the trailhead next to the Bridge of the Gods in Cascade Locks, Oregon.
Then it’s a 4km hike along the Pacific Crest Trail to reach the waterfall after an elevation gain of 710 feet. The cascade itself is a 75 foot drop, but other falls above this spout could make the total drop closer to 300 feet. Unfortunately, you cannot access or even see the upper falls from this elevation.

 

Photographed on the Pacific Crest Trail, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, USA

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Although I could’ve captured this image in a single shot, I elected to use a mutliple exposure ‘stitch’ to capture as much detail as possible. The wind created from the falling water caused a lot of movement in the leaves with the slow exposure time, but I think it was still worth the effort.