Monday, August 26, 2013

The Subway is a mysterious keyhole slot in the west fork of the NorthCreek in Zion National Park.

The Subway is a mysterious keyhole slot in the west fork of the North Creek in Zion National Park.
It is a very strenuous and slippery nine mile round trip that few people ever get to see.
The pools get their color from the algae that thrive in the cold water that never sees sunlight
For most of the year.
Location The Subway, Zion National Park, UT. © Robert Park

Monday, August 19, 2013

"Metlako Falls" is a waterfall on Eagle Creek in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in Hood River County, Oregon,

"Metlako Falls" The falls drop out of narrow, calm pool, and thunder into an impressive gorge. Though the falls are usually cited as being of a Plunge form, because of the narrow constriction, the fire hosing tendency of the water as it drops over the lip of the cliff, as well as the obvious depth of the pool at the base of the falls. © Robert Park

Monday, August 12, 2013

"Ponytail Falls" An elegant waterfall that gracefully drops into a shallow pool in Columbia Gorge, Oregon

"Ponytail Falls"By Robert Park by Robert Park Photography
"Ponytail Falls"  a photo by Robert Park Photography on Flickr.
Via Flickr:
“Ponytail Falls”
Also called Upper Horsetail Falls, Ponytail falls emerges from two rounded faces of volcanic rock and gracefully drops into a shallow pool. I wanted to portray the gracefulness and serenity of this waterfall so I got down low into the stream where moss covered boulders dominated the foreground. the slow shutter speed and graceful lines in extract an elegance that is timeless.
Location Columbia Gorge, Oregon
© Robert Park