Madrone Walk

Madrone Walk by Allan J Jones Photography
Madrone Walk

The madrone along this section of roadway/walkway really have nice sinuous curves. Much more sensual than the surrounding fir and hemlock.

Camera: Nikon D850
Lens: Nikkor 28-300mm set at 38mm
ISO 400    1/160 sec    f/5.6

Madison Falls Picnic Area (Winter)

Madison Falls picnic area with mist by Allan J Jones Photography
Madison Falls picnic area with mist

The trailhead parking for accessing the Elwha River road is the (small) Madison Falls parking lot. Fortunately, in the winter, the traffic is not heavy. I was returning from my hike up to the bridge (about 6 miles round trip) carrying cameras and tripod … and the mists were moving through the valley. There are a couple of guys with their dog over on the picnic table to the left. They were admiring the view below:

Elwha River Road at Dusk with Mist by Allan J Jones Photography
Elwha River Road at Dusk with Mist

Camera: Nikon D850

Lens: Nikon 24-85mm (settings: Top-52mm; Bottom-85mm)

ISO 400    Top: 1/60 at f/4.2  Bottom: 1/125 at f/5.6

Elwha River Road in Winter

Elwha River Road in Winter HDR by Allan J Jones Photography
Elwha River Road in Winter HDR

This section of the Elwha River Road (technically the Olympic Hot Springs Road) is above the washout. The federal government shut down has added to the backlog of clean up and repair … including this section of road.

The peak in the background is not volcanic… just flat topped and duel peaked. It is snow covered, but I couldn’t get the blue tint out to my satisfaction. There was some mist coming up off the ferns on the right shoulder, where the sun was hitting the frost left from the night before… but it didn’t show up well.

This is an HDR (High Dynamic Range) composite of three images taken about a stop on either side of the ‘normal’ exposure setting. Combined in Lightroom Classic CC.

Camera: Nikon D850
Lens: Nikon 24-85mm set at 62mm
ISO 400    1/25 sec to 1/160 sec    f/22

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