After a bust of shooting wildflowers at Dalles Mountain Ranch, Tula
and I headed to Panther Creek Falls. Driving through the Columbia River Gorge revealed recent low elevation snow. We took a chance with Panther Creek Falls (Elevation 1,679ft). We were treated to light snowfall during the shoot which added an ethereal mood to the scene. The creek and falls were pushing a lot of mist (and air) which kept us at a distance. I crossed the creek to get this shot. On a day where we had visions of a sunrise over a field of wild flowers, this keeper for the day is a nice surprise. :-)
Thanks for looking!