Single-image Sunday: Reflection of the Sky   15 comments

This recent image from Eagle Creek in the Columbia River Gorge shows the more subtle effects of reflection.

This recent image from Eagle Creek in the Columbia River Gorge shows the more subtle effects of reflection.

 

A quick follow-up to my last post on reflections, this I captured toward the end of day in the inner gorge of Eagle Creek.  I bushwacked into the area and crossed the swift cold stream three times to get to this point.  But then I knew I may as well wait until late-day light, when if I was lucky a sort of golden overtone would pour into the canyon from below.

I got lucky and that happened.  Also the sky above the canyon remained bright and added a highlight – a subtle gold  – on the river in the middle of the picture.  These are all small things, but it’s the small things that add up to a nice image.  Click on the photo to go to the gallery on my website, and please contact me if you have any questions.  Have a great week!

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15 responses to “Single-image Sunday: Reflection of the Sky

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  1. Your first image with the picture perfect reflection is fantastic…wonderful

  2. Really beautiful- there’s something about the rocks.

  3. What a beautiful photo. It almost feels like part of a fantasy landscape, like it should be part of Middle Earth and there should be elves wandering around in it.

  4. Stunning!

  5. Thanks for taking us there. I want to be there now.

  6. Beautiful photo.

  7. This must have been the more dangerous mission you were speaking of… Stay safe, but totally worth it!

  8. I am a huge Eagle Creek fan! Awesome picture.

  9. Wow !
    I love always your falls shots !
    Great
    Ciao ciao

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