Oneonta Falls

Spring 2011 - Volume 15 Number 2

Oneonta Falls

"Oneonta Falls"

photograph

Daniel Rappaport, MD

This photograph was taken in the summer of 2009. Oneonta Falls is only a few hundred yards

from the road, but an adventure to get to nonetheless, requiring traverse of a huge slippery log

jam and waist-deep wading in icy-cold water through the gorge. Oneonta is a narrow offshoot of

the Columbia Gorge. Landscape photography is classically best in early morning and late afternoon

light. In this case the best light was midday, filtered through the mist in the narrow canyon. I feel

lucky to have such an amazing visual resource as the Columbia Gorge within an hour of Portland.

Dr Rappaport is a Pediatrician at the East Interstate Medical Office in Portland, OR.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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