Oregon Images

A couple of weeks ago we took a 4-day “Weekend Getaway” to Oregon to enjoy visiting friends and touring Portland, the Columbia River Gorge, Mt. Hood, and the Oregon Coast.  It was a short trip but very enjoyable.  Below are some of our favorite photos from that trip.  The only disappointing part of the trip is the weather didn’t quite cooperate on our day trip over to the Mt. Hood area and we weren’t able to capture any shots of the mountain.  We did get a few glimpses which will have to remain just in our minds as we didn’t have time to capture with a camera!

IMG_5824e1Vista Point – Columbia River Gorge

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Latourell Falls in the Columbia River Gorge of Oregon. The falls have a drop of 249′.

IMG_5836e1Latourell Falls

IMG_5840e1Behind Latourell Falls

IMG_58411Upper Multnomah Falls – Columbia River Gorge, Orgeon.

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 Multnomah Falls – Columbia River Gorge, Orgeon.  Upper Falls: 542′ Lower Falls: 69′

IMG_5845e1Lower Multnomah Falls – Columbia River Gorge, Orgeon.

IMG_5849e1Lower Multnomah Falls – Columbia River Gorge, Orgeon.

DSC_1069ec1Hood River County Fruit Loop

IMG_5870e1Seaside, Oregon

IMG_5889e1Haystack Rock – Cannon Beach, Oregon

IMG_59811Haystack Rock – Cannon Beach, Oregon

DSC_12681Sunset at Cannon Beach

IMG_59251Sunset at Cannon Beach

IMG_5945e1Sunset at Cannon Beach

DSC_1321e1Cannon Beach, Oregon

IMG_5897e1Oregon Coast – north of Rockaway Beach near Manzanita.

DSC_1201e21Twin Rocks – Rockaway Beach, Oregon

IMG_60001Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge off the Oregon coast near Oceanside.

DSC_1144ec1Beautiful Oregon Coast

DSC_1485e1Munson Creek Falls – Oregon

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