Columbia River Gorge

Michael Wheatley and I spent a few days  in the Columbia River Gorge. Flowers were in their prime on the Washington side, a little late on the Oregon shores. It was great to get away for a few days. It’s been quite some time since my last visit to the gorge and like my trip to Zion National Park I am amazed at the amount of photographers flooding these areas. I guess living in Canada I live a sheltered life, rarely do I meet up with other photographers. It was great to bump into a couple of familiar online faces, Floris van Bruegel and Alex Mody. Both talented photographers from Washington state.

 

While down in the gorge I spent some time playing around with a new toy, the GoPro Hero 2 camera. The GoPro is a heck of a lot of fun, I am sure I will be using the camera on a regular basis. Here is a quick video of some random clips taken with the camera. Editing was done quick and dirty on an ipad. Music is catchy but quite annoying after about a minute.

Evening light on Crown Point

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3 Responses to Columbia River Gorge

  1. Arch says:

    Congratulations Adam. I have been in awe of your work for the last 6 or seven years. You are truly one of the finest landscape and nature photographers to have ever framed a composition.
    Hats off mate.

  2. Arch says:

    Congratulations Adam. I have been in awe of your work for 6 or 7 years. You are one of the finest landscape and nature photographers to have ever framed a composition. Hats off to you mate.

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