There are few places that have more enjoyable summers than Bend Oregon. Warm sunny days, low humidity, cool evenings and endless outdoor recreational opportunities are what define summers in Bend. Luckily, I was able to capture several new Bend Oregon photos which capture the essence of this beautiful city and the surrounding region. At the heart of Bend, lies Mirror Pond and Bend’s famed Drake Park. Named after Alexander Drake, the park offers Bend’s most iconic view right from the heart of Downtown Bend. Old growth Ponderosa trees, rebound trout, Bend’s most famous footbridge, view of Central Oregon’s Three Sisters Mountains, and proximity to downtown Bend are just part of what makes Drake Park and Mirror Pond one of Bend Oregon’s featured attractions.
Drake Park lies on the left hand side of this new fine art print. In the middle of the image on the far shore of Mirror Pond, is the Nashville Footbridge with connects Drake Park and Harmon Park, located on the west side of Mirror Pond. Also bordering the waters of Mirror Pond are Brooks Park, Pageant Park, Columbia Park. Mirror Pond is truly the backbone of Bend’s history, culture and a focal point for its historic inner Westside neighborhoods.
Another one of my new Bend Oregon Photos is of Smith Rock State Park. Located near Terrebonne, Oregon, about 25 miles north of Bend, Smith Rock State Park is one of the crown jewels of the Oregon State Parks System.
Smith Rock is a mecca for rock climbers from around the world. It’s countless vertical rock faces offer a myriad of climbing routes for both sport and traditional climbers. For more information about this image one of my newest Bend Oregon Photos, please visit, Smith Rock State Park Photo.
My newest Fine art landscape photograph, Resurrection Falls, will be unveiled 9/2/2016 during Downtown Bend’s First Friday Art Walk.
I believe the stunning braided pattern of this gorgeous Oregon waterfall will delight collectors and has already proven to be a big seller, before its has even been released!
This beautiful waterfall, located in the Three Sisters Wilderness, not far from Bend, is extremely difficult to reach and I believe that very few people have ever seen this wonderful backcountry waterfall. For more information about this beautiful new landscape photograph, please visit, Oregon Waterfall photo.
Resurrection Falls is my favorite new Oregon Waterfall. I’m beautiful any time of year but especially so in spring, when wildflowers are blooming in the foreground and the stream flow is heavy enough to accent the elegant patterns of this beautiful new Oregon Waterfall photograph! Please stop by Patagonia at Bend located at 1000 NW Wall Street in Bend between 5-8PM, tomorrow evening(9/2/2016) to see this wonderful new photograph of Resurrection Falls!