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Here we are again coming to the end of another calendar year. This means a lot of things yet for this post it means time to share the Photo Cascadia slideshow/video of our favorite photos. Feel free to check out best of 2015 and wishing you all a great 2016!

Blog: www.photocascadia.com/blog/photo-cascadia-best-of-2015/

Direct Link to Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSVh8uqbWVA
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Koosah Falls on the McKenzie River of Oregon in the Willamette National Forest. I was not expecting the sky to be overcast this morning for taking waterfall photos but I will take it. I am looking for feedback if you like this horizontal version better than the vertical? Below is the link to the vertical for comparison. I might leave both on my website but curious to get your thoughts.

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Storm Watchers. Two people and a dog canoeing on peaceful Scott Lake in Central Oregon as a stormy sky brews above. I thought it was going to get even stormier with a couple lightning bolts I saw (but was not setup in time to catch). Yet as with my luck by the time sunset came the sky was crystal clear. Off in the distance is Middle and North Sister.

This was during the recent heat wave. I camped in my SUV and had to devise screen system for my back windows to let air flow at night and keep the plethora of misquotes out. It worked great, without it I would have sweltered for hours before the late night cool down even up in the mountains.

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Jumbo Rocks. A large boulder broken open that I found on a hike outside Missoula Montana reveals wonderful colors and interesting lines.
I realize these are hard to appreciate online. Just snap the photo in your mind and imagine it as a 30x45 metal print, or better yet you can buy one!
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Emerald Staircase. Water flowing on Gorton Creek down Emerald Falls making it's way to the Columbia River of Oregon. There is only a short window to get this photo of a couple weeks or so. I was here about a month before this and the water was running too hard and high to get a shot this close with much detail in the water. That said this is such an off year since I was surprised the first week of May to see it this low already. Streams are certainly running lower than I would expect. I am already planning to do some mountain backpacking in June because of this.

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Thank you +Marc Briggs and +Ashagi Harahap!

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Spring runoff from snow melt in The Gorge making it's way to the Columbia River with a wooden bridge in the background blending into natures landscape. The greens glow with electrified feeling right after a rain shower rolled through. Single shot double processed for highlights and shadows.

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This was my first sunrise on the Canadian Rockies trip this fall. Far and away the most crowded location photographing with 100+ of my closest friends. Amazing to see yet it loses the appeal a little for me with that many photographers all jockeying for limited space. I kept setting up high in the trees, in the dark, only to find someone else eventually moving around already setup in my shot. One gal was getting aggressive when a photog got too close and he wasn't moving. I was waiting for a fight but he eventually moved. No thanks. I left to join my peeps along the shore where I had a great rest of the morning with this splendid view! with +Sean Bagshaw +Zack Schnepf +Chip Phillips 

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Mountain Flow. The winding curves of a stream flowing into Mirror Lake with Eagle Cap Mountain in the background. Eagle Cap Wilderness of Eastern Oregon is the Alps of Oregon. I hope I don't see lakes this melted out again any time soon at 7600 feet in the middle of June. It's too early. I am glad for the sake of my trip and photos yet this whole area will be barren of snow many weeks early than usual. Crossing fingers forest fire season won't be bad this year.

I found this great little stream when scouting before sunset and knew this is where I would spend most of my time. Three shot blend from my little backpacking camera, Sony a6000. This little camera does great resulting in a clean sharp file that I can easily print large.

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Thanks +Ian Hex for your kind feedback. I did try to ensure the color reflected as you noted, it certainly adds to the scene.

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The Moss Tree. This moss covered tree feels as if it's grabbing out to touch me. Photographed in Jedediah Smith State Park of the Redwoods. I know this feels like it could be in the Columbia River Gorge. I guess I never tire of finding the thick lush green scenes.

More on my recent Redwoods trip: http://www.adrianklein.com/blog/2015/6/photographing-the-redwoods-of-northern-california
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Magnificent, that's really as always a great photo!
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Silent Giants. I just returned from a family trip to the Redwoods of Northern California. As you might have read on my recent Photo Cascadia blog post I talked about balancing out family and photography on combined trips. This was from the limited time I took out on my own hiking. I only saw one other person on the trail while I was which was nice. The rhododendrons seem to be either running late or not great. I found a few okay blooms but otherwise not so good. This was only my second trip of any significance to the area and the first was very early in my photography days.

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A view looking up river on the Salmon River in Mount Hood National Forest of Oregon in close to thigh deep water. It did not take long for my feet to feel numb from the water. I told my girls who were camping with me to try and avoid taking a full plunge even though I had backup clothes for them. On the other hand I was the one that almost slipped in all the way and had no backup clothes. Thankful for quick dry pants!

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I agree +Steve Cole  it's a beautiful forest for sure.
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First and foremost I enjoy hiking and traveling in the outdoors. Second comes photography. I am fortunate to live the perfect area to mesh these two passions together. Thanks for taking the time to read and this, I hope you enjoying my work.
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