Went out into the Gorge yesterday with Duncan. As has been the case lately, we spent a good amount of the day dodging rain. That said, there’s a lot of green out there — spring will be here in full force any week now — and we found a few interesting places to shoot, both new and old.
This one is from an old standby: Cape Horn, on Route 14 in Washington. It’s a beautiful overlook, and we spent about 45 minutes hanging around, watching and waiting for something to happen.
In the end, there wasn’t a lot, but I did love the overwhelming amount of green floating up from the valley floor below.
Shot with the Sony RX1, blended from a three-exposure set with HDR Efex Pro, then finished in Perfect Effects 4.
2 thoughts on “rain in the valley”
I keep coming back to look at this since I saw it on G+. I think what I like best is how the vivid green melt into subtle blues as your eye travels up the river.