Multnomah Falls through the Columbia River Gorge mist
Multnomah Falls is more than iconic and easily recognized by most anyone who sees it. Even if they don’t know the name, there’s a good chance that they’ve at least seen the waterfalls in a painting or a photo before.
I find that the one best variable in determining how beautiful the waterfall is on a particular day is the weather. And in the case of Multnomah Falls, sometimes bad weather is good. On this particular day the waterfall was emerging from a low layer of clouds and everything was lush and wet and green. The rain had dominated that day but it certainly didn’t hinder our photography.
Nikon D810 – 28mm – f/14 – 3 sec – ISO 64 – CP filter