final series of waterfalls from Or.

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Latourell Falls:

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Horesetail Falls:

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Bridal Veil Falls:

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Multnomah Lower Falls:

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Now those are cool....I like the "tall" cropping. I think the first 3 would look good side-by-side in a single frame....or maybe as a set on a wall.
 
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Now those are cool....I like the "tall" cropping. I think the first 3 would look good side-by-side in a single frame....or maybe as a set on a wall.
Jerry: Thanks for the comment. I'm torn about the images in portrait like this because with the wide angle lens it just doesn't do the power of the waterfalls justice. I think that is why i prefer close-up views as there is a greater sense of power and scale.

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Well, even if you don't like your shots, I do;) haha...I know what you mean...so many angles for everything.
 

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I like the portrait shots much better!
And if you're worried about wide angle issues: I don't see it and certainly can see the power of these falls. It's always a compromise!
 
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This Oregonian loves these shots...nicely captured and I love the softness to the water.
 

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