Oregon Coast Trail, Cape Lookout. August 2017
via Bridge Over Troubled Ferns — Elan Mudrow Photography
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Awesome! I love the Oregon Coast Trail.
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Just fabulous. I feel like I’m hiking the trail.
I love how as I scrolled down it felt like I walked across the bridge. Nice.
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Yes, the bridge was a bit bouncy. Kind of cool.
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Really like the fact that you shot from down low instead of standing. Makes it look dramatic!
Yes, I usually try and get this type of shot when I’m crossing bridges like these on trails. But, this particular bridge has more personality than the others that posed for me. Lol. Thanks.
I almost never think to shoot from low angles. But I often find myself liking to shoot from straight above things. Or use my long telephoto at minimum focus distance as a macro lens.
Amazing photo! Makes me want to go visit this Oregon Coast Trail of yours!
The ocean is just a few feet away.
oh, this is definitely on my bucket list.
Love the colors!
It’s pretty green in the forests around here.
I love ferns! Don’t know why I don’t have any around my house.
Some ferns are edible. Not these ones.
Amazing photo! Thank you for sharing!
Gorgeous! And love the name you gave the photo. 🙂
Very impressive! I need to find this bridge!
I love the way the bridge centers your picture. It invites me to cross over.
That is now on my list. WOW! Thank You!!!!!! Gosh.
(Forgive the presumption)..
On Elan’s “Bridge”.
Walk gently as you pass this way,
And awe at verdant clouds below,
Varnished with an ocean’s tears ,
That seem to always stay,
While we must quickly go….
Away, continuing on our private bridge,
Along our path of years.
Fan girling over you with my biggest fan! (My niece) love this. Dreaming of being in such a place escaping chaos jumping into a wiggly path that heightens all your senses until you’re safely across. We love it!. It’s like a fantasy. Lovely!
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