Twin Peaks Falls

Sunset in the mountains is a hit or miss event. As sun goes down it might highlight some parts of the landscape and then disappear behind high peaks and leave you with nothing. Clouds play a huge part of it as well, they might allow it to peak out or not. Of course, the part of the year when you happen to be there plays its own role as well, as sun will land at a completely different part of the sky and might now light up the subject of your photograph.

Here it kind of played pretty well, hitting the higher part of the waterfalls and the hotel above it, but it was already too low to reach for the lower part of the falls. Still, I like it.

And yes, this is not really Twin Peaks Falls, but when I look at the photos of it I’m reminded of the Twin Peaks. Some of you know what I ‘m talking about.

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7 Responses to Twin Peaks Falls

  1. Great shot. Years ago I walked to the bottom of this falls, which was easy going down. Walking back up, however, not so easy…!

  2. Srdjan says:

    Well, it is actual waterfall from Twin Peaks series 🙂

  3. srdjanjovcic says:

    Well, those are the falls used in the series 🙂 And lodge is stand in for Great Northern…

  4. natuurfreak says:

    Fantastic.i love waterfalls

  5. samacwns says:

    Went there for my Honeymoon! Love that place!

  6. sarinal says:

    What an amazing view the guests in this hotel must have, and such a fantastic location for one, too! The owners must be making a killing, set up where they are, I imagine a view like this draws in a lot of visitors. (also the glow from the street lights looks lovely)

  7. Sandy Chorus says:

    very nice view,hope someday I can visit it too.

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