Originally Posted by boisecynic
I probably don't say it enough but thanks for all the pics Sawtooth. I really like the 8000cfs aftermath pics. I've been doing some recon and there are quite a few new sandy beaches and drift wood piles. There's a huge new beach in the area between the Railroad Trestle and the Fairview Bridge.
You are welcome, and thanks boisecynic. Sometimes I feel I have my camera with me way more often then I should.
I was surprised at how quickly the river level dropped this past week and the new fishy smelling sandy beaches here and there along its course. I almost sensed that the brush and trees are relieved to finally not have their lower sections submerged in fast moving water.
I am still working on sorting and finalizing photos for my city photo thread and it will be posted for sure this week. Shooting photos is a breeze, but when I decide to use some for a photo thread it can take a while to sort through and upload them all. I'm almost there.
For the time being here are a few photos I took this past weekend on a drive deep into the mountains behind Boise. I have dozens more from this trip and may post more later on in a thread in the general photography forum.
I have been to this area many times in the past, but this time was completely amazed at how extremely beautiful it all is and this is all so quick and easy to get to from Boise.