Multnomah Falls along the Columbia River Gorge.
Multnomah Falls is the second highest year-round waterfall in US. The water of the Falls drops 620 feet from its origin on Larch Mountain. Unusually cold weather can turns this plummeting falls into a frozen icesicle, with a few drops falling from the bottom.
Picture is resized and framed.
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ktanska (24758) 2005-10-27 5:34
It is a great place. Well composed photo leaving the bridge near the top. The waterfall breaks clearly to upper and lower parts. And exposure time brings power of water well visible.
ivarba (786) 2005-11-18 9:53
Because when I'm at it, I must take a look at this picture too. The composition is powerfull, and I can almost feel the power in the waterfall. Excellent.
roobahe (350) 2006-01-05 3:46
thats great man
I prefer that water fall cut the bridge in the middle if you moved a bit to your right but I dont know any thing about your situation in that place