August 15, 2011
Marymere Falls of the Olympic National Park
As I discussed earlier, I have many childhood memories of times with family in the Olympic National Park. For years a photograph of Marymere Falls hung in my family room. I distinctly remember a branch in the middle of the falls, it was wispy and if I remember correctly, one from a cedar tree. I hadn't thought of that photo for years and I didn't remember that branch until I was standing in front of the falls yesterday.
Who knew that some 35 years later I would revisit this same location with my iPhone and instantly be able to share it (through Facebook) with the world through the wonders of technology. It might not ever hang in someone's family room but this image will be seen by many who will never have the opportunity to stand in front of it personally.
This is a 4 image stitch, 2x2, captured with ProHDR. Sharpened and framed in Filterstorm.
The Olympic National Park is a wonderful place to visit with your camera. A Photographic Tour of this incredible place should be on your bucket list! Even if the weather doesn't cooperate you can still capture amazing images of vast diversity. Contact me if you have any questions.
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