A selection from my VIEWS of the Pacific Northwest project, dedicated to capturing sweeping panoramic views from around the area and turning
them into large-scale prints on archival paper and canvas.
Some additional background on this photo:
I always find it hard to take photos of waterfalls, no matter what angle I can't shake the feeling I'm taking an obvious shot. The thing I like about Wahkeena Falls is how it helps you truly appreciate context… layers upon layers of green that you have to peer between to see the falls themselves sitting like a flow of jewels amidst a tapestry of moss and leaves.