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|I thought the amount of moss and lichen on these rocks looked so amazing I wanted to share them. I posted another photo with the overexposed hillside on TL if you want to compare, but I like this one better. |
This rocky group looks upward towards the Benson Plateau which is on part of the Pacific Crest Trail that follows the Mountain Ranges from Mexico to Canada.
The trail follows the valley between these mountain ridges. Herman Creek Trail contains the largest surviving forest of old growth Douglas fir, cedar, and hemlock in the Columbia River Gorge, somewhat of a rainforest as it gets twice the annual rainfall of neighboring areas.
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- [2005-03-04 8:42]
Hi Lori!You're right about the overexposition on the shot in TL but view is beautiful.Anyway I liked both:)TFS
This rock patchwork and lichens is very interesting, Lori. Must be esay to walk there :-). IMO, it looks oversharpened, with many pixels artefacts. As I like this shot, I did a little ws to erase it. It comes back to something closer to the original, although not as sharp as it should be (I hope :-)
Sorry, critique tomorrow :-)
Nice work, good colours POV and details.