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photoblog image Multnomah Falls, January 2008

Multnomah Falls, January 2008

Multnomah Falls, January 2008

comments (19)

  • Jewlya
  • United States
  • 6 Feb 2008, 00:11
Wow - very unusual effect. Did you do some processing here, beyond the two tone choice? I really like it.
Kay: Hi Jewlya! Thanks so much for all your comments in my blog smile I used a duotone process of brown and green with some gaussian blur thrown in.
  • Ginnie
  • United States
  • 6 Feb 2008, 01:32
This is so you, Kay. I love what you do!
Kay: Ah, you are so sweet, Ginnie! Thank you!!
Very cool ;-)

I like the choices made. Tones. Composition.
Kay: Thank you, Michael!
  • Martin
  • Houston
  • 6 Feb 2008, 05:27
This looks like somebody dripped a lot of sugar frosting all over the landscape. An odd, but appealing effect.
Kay: grin Love your description, Martin! Very good! Thank you.
  • Astrid
  • The Netherlands
  • 6 Feb 2008, 06:32
COOL amazing shot here, in this picture I like the way of processing, it adds to the rough atmosphere, love it, you made the right choise of color.
Kay: Thank you so much Astrid. I love your comment!
The effect works .. I can almost hear the thundering noise of the falls .. Nice shot..
Kay: Thank you, Shakara. I hope you are doing well. It's nice to hear from you smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 6 Feb 2008, 09:39
Excellent - a Kay waterfall and with snow.

I think one can crop even more pictures out of this one.
Kay: LOL!!! Louis, I've said it before, and I'll say it over and over. I just love your comments. You always put a smile on my face. I should let you caption my photos!
  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 6 Feb 2008, 11:45
a very unique and lovely landscape, Kay.
Kay: Thank you so much, Kathryn! smile
Wonderful and unique shot. I love the tones.
Kay: Thank you very much for the complement, Richard! smile
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 6 Feb 2008, 13:21
WOW WOW and WOWsmile
Kay: You're making me blush, Tracy! Thank you so much! smile
so beautiful!
Kay: Thank you!!!!! Love your comment smile
How utterly amazing. Beautiful post processing of the very striking scene. I feel thrilled to have seen it. (:o)
Kay: You honor me, Roz. Thank you for your very nice comment. Wow!
  • tim
  • United Kindom
  • 6 Feb 2008, 17:11
wow you lucky man having scene's like that to capture, and you have done it superbly, like the processing too, well done Kaysmile
Kay: Tim, thanks for your comment. I have to let you in on a secret...I'm not a man smile It's a common assumption, so no worries on that. And thank you for the rest of your comment too!
  • Alan
  • Southampton
  • 6 Feb 2008, 17:15
Very unusual presentation. I've seen these Falls several times now (June 2006 was the last) and they never cease to impress. Have you ver walked up to the top and peered down into the Gorge?
Kay: Hi Alan, you must like visiting out here...as a veteran Fall visitor, I can understand. I've gotten to the bridge, but not to the top. It's been too wet and slippery. But perhaps I'll catch it on a warm Summer's day! Thanks!
  • Chris Phillips
  • 6 Feb 2008, 17:21
what a wonderful picture!
Kay: Thank you very much, Chris!
  • Bill Phillips
  • Droitwich ...has been a nice day
  • 6 Feb 2008, 21:45
Love this one Kay. Great treatment.
Kay: Thank you very much, Bill!
  • Aussie
  • Back on nights
  • 6 Feb 2008, 22:26
Wow, Kay this definately has your touch to it. Love the frozen water.
Kay: You are so kind, Aussie! Thank you!
A landscape that takes the signature of Kay! Bravo!
Kay: Jose-Angel, thank you so much...you made me smile!
Nicely done Kay, I like very much the light effect !
Kay: Thank you so much Zeb. I'm glad you like it smile

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