Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Friday, March 13, 2015

Outlier

Another view from the hike along Tanner Creek toward Wahclella Falls. The creek and hike wind through a deep, mossy ravine, and I was imagining the water reflecting the green moss.  But I hiked here on a very sunny day, and even though the river was deep in the shade, the steep, mossy hillside was in bright sunlight and was looking surprisingly yellow.  I can't say I love this color combination much, but this is what nature provided. I'd be interested to head back to this hike on an overcast day to see how the reflection changes.
Linking to Weekend Reflections.

13 comments:

James said...

This is so beautiful! I love it!

Audrey said...

tres reussi ;o)

Laura said...

Oh how beautiful!!!

Linda W. said...

A wonderful place to hike! I was there on a rainy February day and it was magical.

Margaret Adamson said...

Fantastic reflection shot in the water. Have a great weekend.

Christine Wenger said...

a beautiful piece of art!

TexWisGirl said...

i LOVE that one rebel moss-covered rock out there!

Giga said...

Beautifully look green stones stones in the water and in the water. Regards.

Felicia said...

It is a beautiful image.

Rose said...

Beautiful image!

Sketchbook Wandering said...

The colors are very intense!! It is a contrast to many of your images in which nature was more silvery....And isn't that the amazing thing, how even in one day colors can be so different?

barbara judge said...

The colors are ever changing as the light changes. We get lots of surprises in photos when we are dealing with nature. I find nature is very fickle in having its photo taken. You have a great knack of capturing it. thanks -- barbara

Hilde said...

woooow! lovely!