Multnomah Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge area, plummeting over 600' it is one impressive place. The day after getting to Portland I got up early and arrived at the base of the water by 6am. That day I remember it was very overcast and on the verge of raining every second. Now overcast skies can be a blessing and a curse, it's good because it blankets the scene in soft even light, but it there sometimes isn't a lot of mood in the clouds. Luckily I didn't need any of the sky in this shot.
Just as I set up to shoot the sky release the its aslant of rain, I quickly covered my camera and ran to the nearest cover, luckily it didn't last long and I was back to shooting. The other great thing about bad weather is most people stay home so I was able to get clear shots with little people to wait for.
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