hidden photography spots in portland
by Fabio
Cave Junction, OR
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Oregon Caves National Monument
One of the much lesser known but still epic places for Oregon Photography is located underground! The marble caves are hidden far beneath the Siskiyou Mountains in southern Oregon. I f you are on the hunt for unique photography locations in Oregon, Oregon Caves National Monument can be accessed from the small town of Cave Junction along highway 199.
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OR, United States
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Sweet Creek Falls
sweet Creek Falls is an Oregon Photography location many people pass up in their rush for the coast. You may have seen a photo here or there but it is a hidden gem in Central Oregon. Sweet Creek Falls isn’t one huge waterfall. Instead, it is a series of cascading smaller waterfalls over the course of an easy mile-long hike.
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Yachats, OR
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Thor's Well
As soon as you pass Cape Perpetua going north on Highway 101, you are going to want to start looking out for Thor’s Well. Thor’s Well is one of the best Oregon Coast photography locations and here is how to find it!
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Newport, WA
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Moon Falls
Moon Falls is a lacey fan waterfall that cascades 125 feet down the rock face. It is located less than 45 minutes from Cottage Grove and is another one of the lesser known Oregon photography locations. The area is quite remote but well signed so it is easy to find.
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Westfir, OR
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Pinard Falls
Pinard Falls is one of those Oregon photography locations that only has 402 hashtags on Instagram. It is kept a secret by local Oregon photographers and virtually unknown to travelers so chances are you may have never even seen a picture of this place!
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OR, United States
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Face Rock Drive
traveled the entire Oregon Coast from top to bottom and there is no better Oregon Coast photography location than Face Rock State Scenic Viewpoint. Face Rock is located in Bandon, Oregon, only 1.5 hours south of Florence, Oregon.
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OR, United States
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Koosah Falls
Koosah Falls is on this list because photographers on social media avoid giving out the location even though it is actually quite a popular and well-trafficked Oregon photo spot. Koosah Falls is located about an hour east of Eugene, Oregon and is a network of hikes and trails.
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Brookings, OR
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Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor
Located for 12 miles along the southern Oregon Coast, right before you reach California, Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor is home to some pretty epic “hidden gem” Oregon coast photography locations.
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OR, United States
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Proxy Falls
is one of the best things to do in Oregon because it is an easy and relaxing hike with a massive reward! If you plan on photographing Oregon, Proxy Falls needs to be on your “must see” list.
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