Taking truly breathtaking images of the canyon is often a challenge even for thrill seekers. For some, the rim offers the most magical views of this ageless chasm. For others, the best pictures are the ones that take the most effort. Going ever deeper into the rocky abyss, photographers seek out unexpected and amazing geologic formations, waterfalls, vegetation, and wildlife. A love affair with the canyon is intense and dangerous.
This exhibit is included with museum admission.
Photo: Toroweap Overlook in Morning Light 1987. Photo by Jack Dykinga
Located in Portland’s beautiful Washington Park, our 20,000 square foot museum is sure to delight anyone from ages 3 to 103. Visitors will be both educated and entertained as they learn about the importance of forests and trees in our lives, as well as environmental sustainability.