A couple of months ago I took a day trip up to the Columbia River Gorge in the hopes of getting some good autumn shots. It was much too crowded on the narrow trails for my comfort level during COVID-19, so I decided to drive up to Larch Mountain. Along the way, the fog started rolling in. It was a beautiful, light fog that was lit from the sun. I hope you enjoy this beautiful Oregon forest scene as much as I did.
Now I’ll have to go back on a clear day and actually hike out to the viewpoint.
Through FAA, this image is available on a multitude of products. Here it is on an iPhone case.
A couple of weeks ago, I drove to Westfir to see Office Covered Bridge and take some pictures. When I got there, it was still too light for the Christmas lights, so I drove up the Aufderheide along the North Fork Middle Fork of the Willamette River. It’s beautiful up there. I was able to take some photos before the sun made its early winter descent. Here are a couple of my shots.