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Joe Lightheart

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Falling down

Hope everyone is well. I've been away and when I haven't been away, I've been not in my right mind.

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  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 4/1
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 1st June 2018
  • Uploaded: 27th June 2018
  • Category: Nature
  • Views: 144
  • Likes: 49



  • Lee Fox Photography
    6 months ago
    I have Multnomah falls in color but I like your B&W better. Well done
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you, Lee! I saw yours too and looks very good in color. There had been a fire and the trail to the upper falls was blocked off...may be next time :)
  • Mike Iles
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    2 years ago
    So Nice That Multnomah Falls has reopened after the fire in the gorge last September. Great Shot--You must have gone very early as the parking lot has been full to overflowing all summer
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you, Mike. I was there in the afternoon and I thin before tourist season started as it was not that crowded. I had gone up the road to see the dam and on the way back saw a pull over spot then saw people going to a tunnel under the highway so I followed. The top bridge was closed and I was told it was because of the fire you mentioned.
  • colinmair
    2 years ago
    Wow! Nice!
  • Liam Richards Photography
    2 years ago
    Cracking photo!
  • Chris White
    2 years ago
    Stunning image.
  • MarkChinn
    2 years ago
    Really beautiful image!
  • himalayan media
    2 years ago
    Amazing B&W.
  • Milos Jovanovic
    2 years ago
    Nice to hear from you, Joe! Beautiful B&W!
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you very much, Milos! Nice to see you around too!
  • Elenka Smilenova
    2 years ago
    Jo, I'm glad to see you again. Wonderful work in black and white
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you Elenka, it's nice to be seen again :-)
  • Gjesdal
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    2 years ago
    That's lovely work!
  • Angie C
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    2 years ago
    Glad you are back!
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you, Angie! I'm glad to be back too!
  • Ramonet Photography
    2 years ago
    Very nice It must be very beautiful place !!! nicely done,

    You are very welcome sir Thank you also very much for liking and visiting nice one sir well done!!!:)
  • Marius Radu
    2 years ago
    Wonderful place... seen it in all kind of instances but it looks pretty well in BW too :-) Welcome back, Joe :-)
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you very much, Marius! I'm happy to be back again! I'm glad the b&w looks okay too!
  • Jim Graves
    2 years ago
    Amazing place beautifully captured. :)

  • Photography, don't you just love it | Les Garner
    2 years ago
    Super image Joe, welcome back
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you very much, Les! I was finding it easier and easier to stay away. Now I am glad to be here again!
  • wayfarer
    2 years ago
    Super B&W
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you very much, Wayfarer! I appreciate your comment as I would like to get better at B&W editing.
  • Ruud van den Breevaart
    2 years ago
    beautiful image of the waterfall and the bridge. I Like waterfalls, perhaps because we don't have them in the Netherlands.
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you, Ruud! There are a lot of waterfalls just around the Portland, Oregon area. Good place to come and visit!
  • Howard
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    2 years ago
    Great to have you back and I hope you're feeling better. Multnomah Falls? Nice shot. Was Tree with you?
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you Howard. I forgot what this place was called. Thanks for the reminder. Native American names like the names in New Zealand were tongue twisters for me and that's odd since Hawaiian names are just as twisted. Tree was in New York so I went to Oregon. I'm thinking if I ever made it to New York, I would not stop and end up in Greece, Portugal or even Croatia! The thought of flying that far causes me not to go-yet :)
      • Howard
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        2 years ago
        I've been to Portland ME. but would like to get to the other side of the states one day. Come to the UK it'd be great to see you.
  • socialtruant
    2 years ago
    You have a right mind? Where did you find it? I am in need of one myself.
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Haha! Sometimes, I feel like I am right in my mind and recently not so much. I am finding that my mind becomes more right with travel, but the biggest question is where to next?
      • socialtruant
        2 years ago
        Try this, go to skyscanner.com and enter your nearest airport, but no destination. click search and it comes up with a list of place you can fly to starting with the cheapest. This is how I am doing my tour of asia, next stop Cambodia.
        • Joe Lightheart
          2 years ago
          Thanks! Sounds like fun-going to check it out!
  • garysibio
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    2 years ago
    Beautiful image
  • Denise Savage
    2 years ago
    Oh my word Joe! This is a stunning image. I have missed seeing you about on these pages. Thinking of you as find your right mind . . . or the nearest thing to it. May it be a journey that takes as long as it needs to.
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you very much, Denise. I have been missing in action and living a rather low key life these days. Still trying to get out and snap some shots when I can. I'm taking some online courses so been kinda busy with that. One thing that made me extra sad was the loss of an area that was our childhood play ground and was covered up by lava this month. The beach lots, tidal pools all covered. We know it's just a part of life here and in general-nothing lasts forever :)
      • callmemom
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        2 years ago
        Oh I'm sorry to hear it. A lot of my favorite childhood spots have been remodeled or removed. It is a very sad thing to think no one else will ever make memories of those spots which are so dear.
      • Denise Savage
        2 years ago
        It is quite distressing when things like that happen. Fire, flood and drought are so much a reality for Australia, but it doesn’t lessen the impact of loss through those changes. And they are changes we have no control over.
        • Denise Savage
          2 years ago
          Thinking of all your mob there . . . .
  • callmemom
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    2 years ago
    Wow. Nice shot.
    • Joe Lightheart
      2 years ago
      Thank you very much, callmemom! Appreciate it!