The Central Cascades of Washington is an impressive destination for capturing an abundance of spring wildflowers. And, as Trevor Anderson explains, it is also the ideal location for creating awe-inspiring memories
Every year during April and May the balsamroot and lupine flowers that grow in the slightly more arid hillsides of Washington and Oregon attract many landscape photographers. These colourful and complementary flowers are a reassuring sight to many; for their presence suggests a transition to life and color beyond a winter’s muted tones. Rowena Crest and Dalles Mountain Ranch near the Columbia River Gorge have been the go-to spot over the years for capturing sprawling landscapes featuring these wildflowers. This year I had the opportunity to explore the hillsides in the Central Cascades of Washington, where the...
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