One of my favorite pastimes is to fail miserably at trying to capture the chaos of our forests here in the Pacific Northwest. It never ceases to amaze me how beautiful it can be in person, only to look like so much mud when I get my images back home. Nevertheless, I foolishly soldier on.
Cape Horn is a wonderful area in the Columbia River Gorge, and it has some stunning views of the Gorge looking east. It also has one of the better patches of larkspur that I know of each spring, and this is an image from 2019's crop.
FUJIFILM X-T30, f/22 @ 12.6 mm, 1/60, ISO 800, No Flash
John W. Williams, DVM