Multnomah Falls Frozen in Ice Storm!

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  1. youneek

    youneek TPF Noob!

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    A black and white version.


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    Larger Black & White


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    A little less saturation.

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    Cool shot, maybe a touch too high in colour saturation, but good perspective :thumbup:
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    It still is beyond my grasp to imagine a weather cold enough to freeze some waters rushing as fast as this... :scratch:

    How many versions are you posting, after all? Right now I seem to only get a colour one... and two red x's.
     
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    Fabulous capture! :thumbup: That's an event you won't see often, I bet.

    I like the color version here, simply because the bluish tones add to the coldness of all that ice. And the bright spots of people give a better sense of depth and drama.

    I'd love to be on that bridge! :lol:

    Nice one. I'd like to see it larger.
     
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    Thanks all, I'll post a larger version of the B & W, yes the bridge is about as far as most people go. The falls are 620' that's both upper and lower. The bridge provides a great place to shoot the upper falls and looking down at the lower falls. There is a very steep and winding trail that takes you to the top where there is a lookout platform right on edge of the falls with amazing views of the falls and the Columbia River across the highway.
     
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    Posted additional versions.
     
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    LaFoto, believe rushing waters can freeze, in Oregon no less.

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    Neat - the one time I saw this in person it was pouring down rain so hard you couldn't even get out of the car.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wow! Too cool.
    When I came into Hamburg by train yesterday a week ago, I also saw "frozen waterfalls" (not really) - drainage openings from a long train bridge next to ours where there were these big frozen rain water outlets... and I tried to walk back there and find it so I could photograph it, but there was no way back. All railroad territory, no trespassing. Hmph.
     
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    Awesome :thumbup: :thumbup: , love the color version the best.
     
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    love the subject and the composition of the photos, but i think they are a little oversaturated, as you mentioned in your other thread.
     

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