Bridge at Multnomah Falls

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  1. jocose

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    Thanks for looking

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    Nicely done! Great focus on the bridge, and I can practically hear the roar of the waterfall
     
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    I'm not sure if I already posted these, but here's some others from the same place, but different time.


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    Wow! Beautiful shots. It sure wouldn't be a place to visit if a person had a fear of heights.:lol:
     
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    Probably not :) Although my partner didn't do so bad :lol:

    Multnomah Falls is the second tallest waterfall in the US, so yea, it's pretty high. It's not that bad to climb though--it's all paved the whole way up...but lots of switchbacks!
     
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    Wow! This place is beautiful. I ran to google to find out where this place is :) Now I have to get up to the Columbia river ...

    The pix are wonderful. I think the person on the bridge detracts a bit from the first one, but otherwise it is great. I really like your moving-water pix too.

    Anti ... the roar you're hearing is the seal behind your left shoulder ... don't look now :lol:


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    THanks for the comments. It's about 1/2 hour for Portland, OR.

    Yea, the person does detract a bit, but it's damn nigh impossible to get a shot around there without people in it...it's that popular!

    You should definitely go, it IS beautiful. But I have to be honest, the view from the top isn't all that spectacular...I was a bit disappointed.
     
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    ... remembers to pack his bow and arrow :lmao:
     

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