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Darren Barnes (Dwood Photography) / 492 items

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Palisade Park, Spokane, Washington.

Tags:   spokane washington waterfall palisade park chief garry ghost spring

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It took three trips to capture an acceptable image of the La Jolla Tide Pools. The negative tide was not the ideal situation for me; however my weather app indicated the good chance of a nice sunset. The low tide revealed large areas of interesting greenery throughout the area, but I decided to stay here and claim this spot for my sunset shoot, knowing that there is room for only two or three people at one time to photograph this particular composition.

Tags:   tide pools la jolla san diego california coast ocean landscape seascape sunset sky clouds long exposure pot holes low tide color light nikon explore explored

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Vernal Falls in Yosemite National Park.

Darren asked me to take a shot of him looking out at the falls. I wished I had been in better shape so I hadn't been so tired and got some more frames of this.

**This shot was taken back in 2014, I am beginning to go through some of my older images to rework them as I have a new computer and it is like seeing for the first time. This is my winter project.

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N 53 B 941 C 15 E Oct 21, 2016 F Nov 25, 2016
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The Museum at Prairie Fire is a rather uniuqe and colorful building to say the least. It celebrates the living history of this region and the whole world. If you look closely you can see a T Rex hidden in the left corner inside the complex.

Mike D.

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I have not thought about photographing waterfalls for a long time, but there is something about Spirit Falls that lured me to it. First, the falls were part of my shooting itinerary during my recent trip to the Pacific Northwest. While not super difficult to reach, Spirit Falls offers several challenges. I would not have even found the pathway down to the falls without first noticing a group of people a quarter of a mile from the original trailhead, which is now closed. That group decided not to go down the steep pathway to the falls. Once you reach the waterfall area, the next challenge is to find a composition where it is safe to set up and shoot, while avoiding spray from the powerful falls. All in all, not too crazy difficult, and I am left with a memory of my visit to a truly beautiful and mystical place.

Website: www.davidshieldphotography.com

Tags:   spirit falls columbia river gorge washington fall autumn foliage moss rocks waterfall long exposure color light nikon pacific northwest


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