Fall is my second favorite season with winter taking an easy first. I love rain and snow, and I’m fortunate enough to live in one of the best places on the planet. The shot above is from Woodland Washington’s “Cedar Creek Grist Mill”.
A very photogenic location to say the least. There were Salmon spawning here, and they were trying to traverse that waterfall you can see in the distance.
The color is not as good this year as it has been in the past, but there’s still some good images to capture out there. We happened to stumble upon this pear orchard while driving through the Washington countryside up around the Mount Adams/Trout Lake area. These trees really go off with color, and the pears on the ground added a nice touch.
This final Image was taken in pouring down rain, and it was a challenge just to keep my lens dry. This is Lower Lewis River falls; another one of the amazing waterfalls that are found all over the Pacific Northwest.
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