Landscape photography is one of our favorite things.
Getting out to shoot landscapes brings us into the outdoors.
It can be easy, It can be hard. But mostly it is fun and inspiring
Liddy and I drove south from Merritt, BC, to Princeton, BC, along backroads to find fall colors and Aspens.
Harvesting straw for pulp in the Palouse.
Palouse Falls on a late September evening. Liddy and I enjoyed our first night in the ‘Hotel Prius’ here at the Park
What mysteries await, around the curve?
There is a road on the Northwest corner of Mount Rainier National Park that winds its way up along the Carbon River ending at Mowich Lake. The road is not paved. And as the short season progresses, it becomes quite the washboard. Liddy and…
A wildflower shows off its blossoms on the side of an alpine brook.
First attempt at star photography. The Milky Way from Sunrise in Mt Rainier NP. The skies were partially obscured by smoke from wildfires.
Recently, Liddy and I met up with friends from the Tacoma Photographic Society at Tipsoo Lake. Tipsoo is located just below Chinook Pass on Washington Highway 410. Because it is so easy to get too, it is a very popular spot. This shot was…
Liddy and I took a moment to visit Mount Rainier National Park on Thursday, last. The plan was to capture some video and get some wildflowers in the alpine meadows. Later in the evening, we would meet up with some of my friends from…
This little waterfall is on the side of Highway 123 in Mount Rainier National Park. Liddy and I climbed up the very steep slope beside the road to reach a better viewing angle.