Flowing Water, Fantastic Forms


Two photos that will have you screaming for me to write up the full posts:

1. Oregon Caves National Monument

Cave formations at Oregon Caves.

Cave formations at Oregon Caves.

Oh, yeah, they allow flash photography. It was my first time shooting a cave, so a lot didn’t turn out quite right, but I got just enough to illustrate some important features of caves and make you drool.

2. Grayback Creek

Water flowing over an algae-covered rock in Grayback Creek.

Water flowing over an algae-covered rock in Grayback Creek.

By chance, we stopped at the confluence of Cave and Grayback Creeks. There are shots of the rapids to die for.

In addition to this, I have cryptopod sex, the world’s most obliging butterfly, a nickel mine, and I don’t even know what else. I’ll be back home tomorrow night, and after a brief coma, shall regale you with tales of our adventures and many photos. There’s even a lighthouse or two in there, although we didn’t tour any. Also, UFDs. I got a little of everything for everyone. Because I love you.

Comments

  1. Onamission5 says

    The Caaaaaves!

    You drove by my grandparents’ old ranch to get there. So lovely in the spring. Sigh.

  2. says

    Love you too.
    I look forward to your posts, especially the cave ones. To me getting good photos of cave features is soooo hard to do and it looks like you got some good ones. I’m already drooling. Don’t stay in that coma for too long.
    I hope you have safe uneventful travels for the rest of the way back.