It was below freezing when we started our hike, but a weak sun encouraged an outing and so we went. Hikes in the Columbia gorge are almost boring to contemplate because it is the closest to access wildland, zipped there on I84, and full of other weekend enthusiasts. But the waterfalls and views are always worth the work and so we went up the trail at Waukeena Falls and across to Angels Rest, along a connecting trail I had never done before.
We saw frost instead of flowers and practiced the art of slowing down the speed of water in the camera lens.
Water finds its way between the stones
We follow a path through the days
One dissolves the other