Another reflection view of the lagoon portion of Falls Creek. We hiked this trail again on Father's Day. It's not a difficult trail, but the ground does drop off on one side so I do spend the entire time looking at my footing and not pausing to look around more. When you get to the falls, it's really overwhelming. Last time I was here my camera picked that moment to stop working. I'm hoping to get it repaired, but in the meantime I had been wanting a new camera body so I did some shopping. This time once I reached the falls, tripod in hand, I realized that the tripod attachment piece was still connected to my old camera sitting at home. Sigh. So that's my excuse for yet another reflection shot and nothing else on this hike. Although those of you who have been following for a while know I can't really pass up a water reflection shot.
My fascination with the Camas Lily continues. I tried to buy a few plants at a local greenhouse, only to be told that my best chance was to harvest some seeds and grow them myself. I hadn't really paid any attention to the plants as they go to seed, so it was fun to search and see them in this state. Now I'll get a chance to test my green thumb!