Reflection Trillium Lake

Reflection of Mt. Hood in Trillium Lake in Spring under a brilliant blue sky. (Philip A. Knouf)

Reflection of Mt. Hood in Trillium Lake in Spring under a brilliant blue sky. (Philip A. Knouf)

The reflection of Mt. Hood in Trillium Lake shows just a small patch of ice remaining after a long winter’s sleep.  The brilliance of the reflection is enhanced by the lovely blue of the sky and water.  I stopped here on my way home from photographing the sunset and sunrise at Tom McCall Preserve.  It is great when you receive a gift of beautiful sky’s and doubly so when those sky’s are reflected in almost still water.  And what better for the central subject than Mt. Hood.  This is quite likely one of the most photographed locations in the Pacific Northwest but I still love coming here to see what mother nature has in store.

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One Response to “Reflection Trillium Lake”

  1. Ronn says:

    No argument. If you want to do that, then go for it. However . I would still look at the image and based on what I saw with my eyes, I would liekly still modify it further. I am seldom happy with what exposure meter produces. I still tweak further, with the meter usually telling me I am underexposing. That is only because it has no idea what I want. So since I know I am going to tweak anyways, why add an extra step into the equation? Again, feel free to call 405-703-0704

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