National Creek Falls is yet another among the long list of highly photogenic waterfalls in Oregon. The falls occur where the spring-fed creek diverges around a basalt outcropping and plunges about 40 feet over a jagged ledge in two scenic channels. The hike to the falls is straightforward and the area is quite beautiful with the exception of the mosquitoes. Photographing the falls was fairly easy as the water was not too deep but very cold. A lot of microfiber cloths were needed to keep the lens dry enough to take the shot.
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