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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Pacific North West Forest

I took this photo on a quick hike from the top of the Snoqualmie Falls to the lower level viewing point. It was about one hour or so before sunset and sun was making nice horizontal shadows so I had to stop and snap it with my phone. The photo of the falls couple posts back was shot on that day with the same phone as well.

I find it really magical around this time of the day in the forest, the way light plays on the trees and all the low brush, making shadows and bright spots all over in some random unordered way.

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Twin Peaks

Place that reminds of the Twin Peaks show I currently watch on the Netflix.

btw, this is the Snoqualmie Falls

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