Drift Creek Falls
Drift Creek Falls

Hiked in here while vacationing in Lincoln City, OR.  Gorgeous waterfall and suspension bridge!

Racehorse Falls
Racehorse Falls

Racehorse Falls is a stunning waterfall on, you guessed it, Racehorse Creek, which flows into the Nooksack River in Whatcom County. It's on land under the stewardship of the Whatcom Land Trust. This photo was featured in their September 2015 Newsletter. 

Chuckanut Mountain Falls
Chuckanut Mountain Falls
Prospector Falls
Prospector Falls
Whirlpool Falls
Whirlpool Falls

One of several falls on Whatcom Creek in Whatcom Falls Park in Bellingham, WA.  Definitely a must see when in town! Featured in the 2016 Whatcom Educational Credit Union calendar.

Lower Austin Creek Falls
Lower Austin Creek Falls
Whatcom Falls
Whatcom Falls

The often photographed Whatcom Falls and stone bridge.

Lower Trataka Falls
Lower Trataka Falls

I love photographing waterfalls. It's sort of a cliche in nature photography, but I still love it. They're just...there. As long as there's rainfall and snowmelt, they're just out there waiting for someone to walk around the bend in the trail and be awed. They deserve to be on our walls & computer screens!

Blumenthal Falls
Blumenthal Falls

This stunning waterfall is at Oswald West State Park on the Oregon Coast.  

Drift Creek Falls
Racehorse Falls
Chuckanut Mountain Falls
Prospector Falls
Whirlpool Falls
Lower Austin Creek Falls
Whatcom Falls
Lower Trataka Falls
Blumenthal Falls
Drift Creek Falls

Hiked in here while vacationing in Lincoln City, OR.  Gorgeous waterfall and suspension bridge!

Racehorse Falls

Racehorse Falls is a stunning waterfall on, you guessed it, Racehorse Creek, which flows into the Nooksack River in Whatcom County. It's on land under the stewardship of the Whatcom Land Trust. This photo was featured in their September 2015 Newsletter. 

Chuckanut Mountain Falls
Prospector Falls
Whirlpool Falls

One of several falls on Whatcom Creek in Whatcom Falls Park in Bellingham, WA.  Definitely a must see when in town! Featured in the 2016 Whatcom Educational Credit Union calendar.

Lower Austin Creek Falls
Whatcom Falls

The often photographed Whatcom Falls and stone bridge.

Lower Trataka Falls

I love photographing waterfalls. It's sort of a cliche in nature photography, but I still love it. They're just...there. As long as there's rainfall and snowmelt, they're just out there waiting for someone to walk around the bend in the trail and be awed. They deserve to be on our walls & computer screens!

Blumenthal Falls

This stunning waterfall is at Oswald West State Park on the Oregon Coast.  

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