Monday, July 30, 2012

Photography Honorable Mention: Smith Rock State Park, OR {Catch-Up}

The Wild West Lives contest deadline of March 7, 2012

Walking along the aptly named Crooked River in Terrebonne, Smith Rock State Park feels like a trip back to the Wild West. Unconquered. Pristine. Sheer cliffs of tuff and basalt make the park a mecca for rock-climbers. The silouette of the rock formations make it a favorite destination for photographers. But it was the lighting that struck me as memorable. The entire hike felt as if I had stumbled into a painting.

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