Here is a sampling of waterfalls along the Historic Columbia River Highway. We did not see them all, afraid we'd run out of daylight before we arrived at our destination.
Above is Horsetail Falls. The water is beautiful, but the green is equally fascinating. I'm not used to seeing moss grow thick on trees and rocks like this.
Multnomah is the most famous--and probably the most-photographed--of the Columbia River waterfalls. It also had a little touristy gift shop that offered fudge. I didn't buy any. Just had to tell somebody.
At Wahkeena Falls we took a little walk, which gave us a view of the falls from another direction.
The air, already so much more humid than what we're used to, was full of fine mist from the waterfall. This abundance of moisture did more than coat the trees with moss--it also made it possible for ferns to grow on the limb overhead. Crazy.