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Waterfalls of the Pacific Northwest: 200+ Falls throughout Oregon & Washington Paperback – June 17, 2007
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David L. Anderson has spent a lifetime hiking and camping throughout Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. A freelance photographer for the past seven years, his work frequently takes him deep into the regions described in this book. He lives in Scappoose, Oregon.
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Omitted are many well known, easily accessed locations - such as Washington's Deception Falls along Highway 2, Spray Falls in Mount Rainier National Park and many of the easily accessed in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge and southern Willamette National Forests.
I will give the author props for covering some new territory here - the Wallowa and Strawberry Mountains of north-central Oregon, where the other guidebooks are somewhat lacking, as well as one or two entries here and there which provide new information, but the book lacks a lot of in depth information that had made the other waterfall guidebooks put out by Countryman Press so well done, and I honestly expected more tutelage on how to properly photograph some of the locations when the book was authored by a professional photographer. I was quite disappointed in the lack of pictures as well (about 40 over 185 or so pages).
All in all, its worth picking this book up if you enjoy visiting these locations, even sporadically - some of the directions are much more helpful than other books, and the maps are superb - but the selection and depth of the information presented is rather disappointing.