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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Forest Creek


This picture is a very common site when hiking the trails around Mt Hood. The little creeks are all flowing at full force right now from all the snow melt.

29 comments:

  1. awesome shot! I love it.

    Mine's up.

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  2. Beautiful, beautiful photo.

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  3. I can see you have capture a great shot here. The water is beautiful. Love it.

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  4. Beautiful! Happy WW!

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  5. Your photo puts me right at the site!

    Cheers,

    Ron

    http://inspiredbyron.blogspot.com/

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  6. That photo is stunning! I look forward to following your blog!

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  7. great shot - love the water movement. What a fab place to go for a hike x

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  8. Beautiful photo shot -- the Pacific North West is the best -- don't you agree...but I wish it would stop raining here in the valley - sigh!

    Have a Happy Out Door Wednesday

    Joanny

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  9. Such a lovely shot! You captured the water very nicely.

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  10. Gorgeous creek and waterfall. very pretty scene! Love how you captured the water moving.

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  11. Great photo and I love the angle you have taken on this waterfall.

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  12. Wow...just beautiful!

    I hope to one day get to explore the Pacific Northwest...I have yet to ever visit. And while we have our own kind of beauty here in the Heartland, it's just not the same!

    Thank you for sharing and Happy Outdoor Wednesday,
    Valerie

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  13. I love the moss cover rocks of this beautiful waterfall.

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  14. Wonderful photography. Never have learned how to make running water look so soft. Thanks for sharing and greetings from Ashland.

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  15. This is a beautiful waterfall/cascade.

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  16. Your little stream is much bigger than the Yosemite drip in my post.

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  17. Amazing shots.. Looks so great!!!

    All shots are all beautiful!!

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  18. I thought i'd seen it before... just couldn't remember when and where... anyhow, i'm still amused!!!:)

    Great day!!!:)

    >Kelvin

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  19. Great photo. Long exposure with water has such a great effect! I have a friend that just moved to Oregon. I'm now following your blog.

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  20. What a gorgeous shot! I am going to forward this link on to my sister who just moved out to Oregon.

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  21. Stunning...love it so much...makes me wanna touch the water.

    Thanks for dropping by :)

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  22. If these stones could speak,
    would they say, “Rushing water,
    stop and rest a while”?


    Desert watercourse

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  23. I love how 'feathery' the water looks!

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  24. I love that picture. It makes me think of places in the Smokies where I always have to stop and take pictures.

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  25. An absolutely wonderful photography. Never have learned how to make running water look so soft. Thanks for sharing and greetings from northern Germany

    isabella

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  26. I love that photo. This type of long exposure photo is on my bucket list. It's just hard to find a scene in the desert like that.

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  27. just found my way here ... what a beautiful, soft photo ...

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  28. Peaceful and beautiful place. Mental rest:)

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