Sunday was the Klamath Falls Photowalk – back to backphotowalks make me sleep like a rock, by the way – and we had a wonderful time. The downtown area of
Falls features some really cool Art Deco architecture,
stylized modern construction, and peaceful parks. We had a small group which really helped me
get acclimated in the slower pace and high altitude (I forgot just how much
being at 4,000 feet will reduce your energy)!
Day two in
was packed with amazing natural locations.
We started at sunrise and made our way – with several gorgeous stops – to Crater Lake National Park.
Fortunately, I picked up a hat and a pair of gloves on the way, because
there were still several feet of snow on the ground up there! Next we moved on to the Rogue River Gorge for
incredible rapids and an amazing breakfast at Becky’s (best biscuits and gravy
ever)! Photowalk leader, Brian Gailey,
designed a wonderful, 200 mile scenic loop for me to get the full area
Now, after two fantastic days in
I’m on the Coast
Starlight up to Klamath
Falls, OR Portland. Despite keeping incredibly busy during my
time in Klamath Falls, I’ve
assembled some of my favorite photos from the Klamath Falls Photowalk and my
day of sightseeing for your enjoyment.
Thanks again to Brian Gailey of Brian Gailey Photography andDesign for planning an excellent photowalk itinerary, being my chauffeur and tour guide for two days, and for making
such an amazing and memorable experience.
I’ll definitely be back that way someday!
|A crazy cool old train car found in Downtown Klamath Falls|
|I loved the textures of this old log cabin outside the Klamath Falls History Museum|
|A remaining wall with hollow windows drew me to it from across the street|
|The Ross Raglund Theater with a super cool deco exterior|
|Golden afternoon light on this vibrant tree + a bold blue sky = happy photographer|
|Great lines and color!|
|A lovely pastel sunrise on the outskirts of Klamath Falls|
|Hey look its me again! Enjoying the snow at Crater Lake in late may! |
Thank goodness for my truck stop hat!
|What an amazing place!|
|A view of Mt. McLaughlin from Lake of the Woods|
|...and another... So glad I made it here!|
|Crater Lake is spectacular in a whole new way|
|See what I mean?|
|The Rogue River Gorge with soooo many stacked filters to get flowy water :-)|
|So peaceful despite the roaring water!|