Thursday, February 7, 2013

Bridal Veil Falls, Oregon

 I am linking up with Fiona's Green Day and Tricia's  Watery Wednesday II and Gemma's  Scenic Weekend 


I am kind of tired of winter and I am really looking forward to Spring. These are some archive shots from our trip back in July, 2012  to Oregon. Hubby and I hiked to see the Bridal Veil Falls. I might have showed the waterfall before but not all the lush greenery and trail.




A view from the trail leading to the waterfall and overlook.



Bridal Veil Falls was chug-a-lugging. The scene was very pretty with the waterfall and all the greenery.

This was the trail up to the overlook for the waterfall.


Oregon in July was very lush and green.I love these big and beautiful ferns.

And these moss covered trees are just gorgeous. I felt like I was walking in a rainforest. Lush greenery everywhere you looked.

Thanks for stopping by to see my post and thanks to Tricia the host of Watery Wednesday II  and to Fiona for hosting Green Day  and to Gemma for hosting Scenic Weekends.  I wish everyone a safe and happy weekend.

37 comments:

  1. wow, that's a gorgeous location - need to look into to that when we are in Oregon. so pretty. have a good weekend. ( :

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  2. Gorgeous area and waterfall, Eileen. We are putting that one on our LONG list....

    The greenery, bridge, trail, creek would remind one of the Smokies....

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. I thought it was Yosemite's Bridal Veil, hahaha. I really love the fresh and lushness of those greenery. One on my list - travel to Oregon!

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  4. What a gorgeous setting . . . Love the huge ferns,mossy edged trees and the lush green . . .

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  5. WOW....what a very nice nature and these picture are again wonderful Eileen.

    Greetings from Holland, Joop

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  6. Great photos of nature,Eileen!Have a nice weekend!

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  7. wow that is a beautiful place to visit, everything looks so fresh and clean, thanks for sharing your photos with us

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  8. Belíssimas essas quedas de água num local paradísico como eu gosto. Abraço Ailime

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  9. Magníficas imagens! São bem repousantes! Beijos!

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  10. Beautiful landscapes, waterfalls, green foliage, rocks, lichens and mosses, just lovely.
    Have a great week :-)

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  11. I thought I was hiking in the forest again while reading your post.

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  12. Oh my Eileen...Oh my...this is just marvelous! These pictures are so so beautiful.

    I am definitely traveling with you everywhere. I signed up everywhere I could.

    This place is just spectacular and you definitely captured the mood!

    Awesome...is the only word that come to mind...awesome!

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  13. The scenery out there is just gorgeous, isn't it! I'd really love to see it in person one day.

    Thank you for joining, Eileen, very much appreciated =)

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  14. Maravilhoso lugar e fotos! beijos,chica

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  15. This is great food for the eyes. We're in the middle of a big storm.
    Cheers from Cottage Country!

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  16. Lindo...a cachoeira, as árvores, os musgos...adorável. UM abraço!

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  17. Eileen,

    O lugar é lindo e as fotos maravilhosas.
    Amo imagens da natureza.
    Um lindo final de semana. Abraços

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  18. That's a beautiful waterfall. Wow, that's a long way down too overlooking the waterfall.

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  19. Adore the name of this beautiful place! Such green ferns and a magical waterfall! Gorgeous scenes!

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  20. Okay Eileen, now I'm really green with envy.
    I would dearly love to visit this magnificent place in Oregon.
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful journeys.

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  21. Loving all the green, it's pretty white right now in Canada.

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  22. Good Morning Eileen.

    Wow that waterfall is amazing as are all your photos.
    I especially like the green trees with their furry bases!

    Thanks for sharing such great pics with us on Raindrops and Daisies, Green Day. It was lovely having you with us and I hope that you might come back again another Friday.

    Have a great week.

    Fiona

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  23. I can see why it's called Bridal Veil! And what I wouldn't give for some of those giant ferns. Wow!

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  24. What a place Eileen ! I liked the waterfall and this amazing path !It is a heaven ! Thank you for sharing this !
    Olympia

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  25. Beautiful shots!...makes me want to be there!

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  26. Your photos are just beautiful. That looks like a wonderful place to visit. Will have to put it on my list. It does look like a rainforest with all of the greenery and moss. Beautiful.

    Judy

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  27. Gorgeous! I'm an Oregonian that hasn't yet made it to Bridal Veil Falls. Must move that up on the list!

    Popped over to say "Hi" from Green Day~

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  28. Memories.....Thank you!!! Nothing like Oregon in the Spring/Summer! Sometimes I feel like a traitor for NOT being there in the winter, when the rain is, of course, exactly what makes it so beautiful and green!(And then I go outside and enjoy the Florida winter sunshine ;>))

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  29. wonderful pics eileen! have a great week :)

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  30. I wonder how many Bridal Veil Falls there are in the world?

    Many of those pictures could have been taken in Tasmania.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  31. That is a piece of Paradise, I believe! What a magnificent work- well done.
    xoxo
    BShell

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  32. All so green and lovely. And the kind of falls that might be found in Switzerland...

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  33. What a beautiful place and so green ! I am also fed up with winter ! I have seen enough white now ! I too am waiting for spring !!

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  34. The winter here is enjoyable with bright sun and nip in the air....flowers blooming!!

    so am not questioning the winters in my city right now!!


    the bridal veil falls with the greenery look enchanting!!

    http://www.myunfinishedlife.com/

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  35. I imagine the trees must be covered with moss all the time due to the mist from the waterfall. Such a scenic hike and it looks like you had the whole place to yourself even during the summer vacation season.

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