“Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it.”
Norman Maclean

I have photographed Bryce Creek on the Umpqua National Forest a number of times.  I think I have captured images in most of the seasons, even in the snow of winter, so this morning capturing an image of Bryce Creek Falls in very low flow conditions added to the others.  This waterfall is set in one of the prettiest mountain watershed scenes I know of.  I followed Charlotte Gibb’s advice on not including the sky in order to compose a more intimate image.  The light was just right to light up the pool below the falls with golden color.

Driving up the road there was a pullout/overlook that required a stop.  The morning light working its way thru the riparian vegetation painted the pools of the stream in a nice soft green light.

With all of the hardwoods filling the watershed I am thinking that an autumn color trip is called for and given another month or month and  a half I intend to get back up there.

Your comments are more than welcome and as always click on any image to get a larger screen view.