Middle North Falls by Bonnie Moreland (Oregon Photo Spot)

Share this Page
Middle North Falls by Bonnie Moreland

Middle North Falls is a 106ft tall waterfall which changes physical shape in a very dramatic way as the volume of water in North Silver Creek changes. The falls take the form of a narrow column of water during the summer months, funnelled to perhaps 5 feet wide. With greater stream flow in the spring months however, North Silver Creek sheets out across the 60-foot wide creek bed and turns the falls into a broad curtain of water, with part of the falls impacting on a twisting chute of basalt which then slides to join the more voluminous half of the creek in the plunge pool. (Silver Falls State Park, Oregon)

See More Work By This Photographer