I was looking through some of my photos from last month, and realized I had another photo of South Falls from nearby Silver Falls State Park I wanted to share. So I am sharing it now, because this is when I am sharing it.
Guest photographer Tom Miller brings us a beautiful image of another one of Oregon’s grand mountains (see also: Mt. Jefferson). I am so lucky I get to post photos like this, and that I have such awesome guest photographers.
Thanks so much, Tom!
Today is the final photo from my day trip to nearby Silver Falls State Park last weekend. This photo is of some of the green stuff covering the trees at the park — I don’t know if it’s moss or lichen or what, but I love it.
Recap of the photos from Silver Falls:
- South Falls (And Icicles)
- Take It From The Top
- On The Way To Upper North Falls
- Upper North Falls
- Nice Place For A Walk
- North Falls, Through The Trees
- Dance Into The Light
Thanks again to Dave (of StaytonEvents.com) and Maryann Nielson for taking me along on the trip.
This path leads to and from Upper North Falls at nearby Silver Falls State Park. When I was trying to think of a title for this post, the song Dance Into The Light by Phil Collins popped into my head. It seemed appropriate. That fog/light at the top part of the image is rather spiffy.
I think I’ll post at least one more image from Silver Falls tomorrow.
There’s a path at nearby Silver Falls State Park that goes next to North Falls (see a front view of the waterfall). I didn’t even know the path existed until Saturday, and it’s pretty nifty seeing the waterfall from that angle. I stuck my camera over the fence to take this shot.
I posted a photo of the waterway by Upper North Falls at nearby Silver Falls State Park from my trip up there on Saturday with Dave (of StaytonEvents.com and Maryann Nielson. Here’s a full on shot of the waterfall itself, which is 65 feet tall, and the rather large logs accenting the cascading water.
Tomorrow, I’ll have another photo from Silver Falls, so stay tuned.