It started with a notion that Portland, Oregon would be a nice city to visit. With the house search happening, the notion was not receiving much commitment nor planning. But, since the house dealings were all in order and there wasn’t really anything for me to do but wait, Janet and I took a week vacation and did an extreme last minute trip. Last minute flights – literally booked 60 hours before departure – were cheap enough to go. So, we headed out from GRR to PDX for a week nearer the Pacific.
A second shot of Multnomah Falls looking down from the top. I like this one mostly because it was an excuse to use the WiFi remote shot feature of the a6000 in combination with an Android phone in order to hold it out over the falls on the end of a tripod, frame the shot using the phone screen and then take the picture with the phone. You can see the bridge a few hundred feet below in the upper right of the picture.
Picture taken with Sony a6000, SEL 18-200mm lens @ 18mm, 1/60 sec, f/8, ISO 400
Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge. 620ft drop, with a pretty little bridge in there. I could have done a better job centering the falls though…
Picture taken with Sony a6000, SEL 18-200mm lens @ 18mm, 1/6 sec, f/16, ISO 100