Young's Photo Gallery
James W. Young,
Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon, east of
Provo, Utah on June 9, 1974
Snoqualmie Falls, Washington, is 30 miles east of Seattle, and north of
as seen on September 2, 1975
After hiking up to the top of the trail to Multnomah Falls (Columbia
Oregon), one gets a spectacular view of its 600 foot drop. This
was taken on
September 23, 1975
Upper Yosemite Falls in Yosemite National Park on August 13, 1983
Bridal Veil Falls in Yosemite National Park on August 13, 1983
Multnomah Falls (Columbia River Gorge, Oregon) on July 12, 1989
One of the many small waterfalls of Lone Pine Creek, just off the Mt
trail near Lone Pine Lake at 9800 feet elevation on July 25, 1991
The top of Multnomah Falls on July 8, 1992. Note the viewer's
platform on the
left side of the falls. It had not been built yet, during my 1975
One of the many falls in the Columbia River Gorge (Oregon) on July 8,
suspect this is Horsetail Falls, but not sure. My two children
are on the right;
Bryan and Eileen
Blumenthal Falls in Oswald West State Park, Oregon, about 15 miles
Seaside, Oregon on Highway 101
The Nugget Creek Waterfall that flows into Mendenhall Lake, Alaska as
on July 16, 2004. Mendenhall Glacier is to the left and out of
the picture, about
12 miles northwest of Juneau.
A small waterfall 5 miles north of Skagway, Alaska, next to Highway 2,
the Klondike Highway on July 18, 2004
An unnamed waterfall flowing into the Taiya Inlet from the Tongass
National Forest 8 miles south of Skagway, Alaska on July 20, 2004
The Nugget Creek Waterfall next to the Mendenhall Glacier, seen here
on July 22, 2004.
Another waterfall on Lone Pine Creek, at Whitney Portals parking area
and campground area on June 11, 2005
Fish Creek Falls, northeast of Steamboat Springs, Colorado as seen
here on June 20, 2008
The Whitney Portals parking area waterfall of Lone Pine Creek is
seen here on October 10, 2009, after a cold night.
The following nine pictures were
taken November 10, 2009 in the
Columbia River Gorge (Oregon
side). These falls are found off old
Highway 30, about 20 miles east of
downtown Portland, Oregon
Shepperds Dell Falls
Bridal Veil Falls
Multnomah Falls (top)
A trail bridge at the split level of Multnomah Falls
Multnomah Falls, showing the bottom section below the bridge
Middle Oneonta Falls
Munson Creek Falls, 10 miles south of Tillamook, Oregon pictured
here on November 14, 2009
Multnomah Falls seen from the north side of the Columbia River in
the state of Washington from The Swigert Prindle Trust Facility, 10
miles east of Washougal, Washington on state Highway 14.
Horsetail Falls on November 24, 2009
Multnomah Falls with the trail bridge and lower section pictured
here on November 24, 2009
An unnamed waterfall at Indian Beach (Ecola State Park), north of
Cannon Beach, Oregon on November 27, 2009
The McWay Cove Waterfall in the Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park on
Highway 1, about 12 miles south of Big Sur, seen here on December 28,
The Salmon Creek Waterfall, also on California Highway 1, some 18 miles
of San Simeon on December 30, 2009.
Unnamed falls on the north fork of Big Pine Creek, about 8 miles west
of Big Pine, California in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains,
taken on August 12, 2010.
Rainbow Falls, west of Hilo, Hawaii on December 23, 2010.
Akaka Falls northwest of Hilo, Hawaii on December 24, 2010.
Wekiki Falls, north of Honolulu, Hawaii on December 30, 2010.
An unnamed roadside falls northeast on Nectar, Alabama on April 14,
Amicala Fall, in north Georgia on April 25, 2011.
Dry Falls, in the southwest corner of North Carolina on April 25, 2011.
Bridal Vail Falls, in the southwest corner of North Carolina on April
The following 4 falls are located
just south of the Great Smoky Mountains NP,
and located in the Cherokee Indian Reservation, and imaged on April 26,
Junes Whank Falls
Indian Creek Falls
Tom Branch Falls
Twin Falls on the Snake River, located at Twin Falls, Idaho on July 14,
Fish Falls, just east of Steamboat Springs, Colorado on June 14, 2011
Sol Duc Falls in the north part of the Olympic National Park on July
Merriman Falls at the south end of the Olympic National Park on July
The Columbia River Gorge (Oregon) as seen from the Washington side on
March 16, 2012. On the far
left is Multnomah Falls, with four lesser unnamed falls extending west
(to the right). This was shortly
after extreme winter rain storms hit the northwest states.
Young's Creek Falls at Shepards Dell in the Columbia River Gorge
(Oregon side) on
March 25, 2012.
An unnamed waterfall just to the east of Crown Point, and the far west
end of the
Columbia River Gorge on March 25, 2012.
Shady Creek Falls, just west of Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River
March 25, 2012.
Forest Falls, seen here on May 26, 2012. These falls are located
at Forest Falls,
California in the San Bernardino National Forest some 12 miles east of
Brandywine Falls, located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, 15 miles
Cleveland, Ohio on July 9, 2012.
The top of Multnomah Falls (Columbia River Gorge) imaged on July 14,
2012 from the
I-84 Freeway parking area. The above image is of the top 100 feet
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