Oneonta Gorge in Oregon's Columbia Gorge is usually a wet place, but on this day it was pouring and had been for nearly three days strait very heavily. The water was cascading over the log-jam entrance to the canyon, accumulating in a 10ft-deep pool that blocked our way. Swimming didn't look like a good option right there so we drug my small packraft over the jam and paddled up into Oneonta several hundred feet before being able to touch bottom. We then photographed from the central area looking into the canyon in waist-deep current, using long exposures to streak foam on the water coming at us. Photo © copyright by Marc Adamus.