Category: landscapes

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

Palouse Falls in Winter

No matter how you flip the photo, vertical or horizontal, Palouse Falls after a long cold spell is quite spectacular. It is a journey From Bonney Lake to Palouse Falls – it is a journey – 251 miles – about 4 hours on a…

The Salish Sea

A long time ago I lived on the North Shore of Burrard Inlet. North Vancouver to be precise. If you drive west on Marine Drive, through West Vancouver, you will reach Point Atkinson with its famous lighthouse. Across the water is Point Grey. Together,…

Aspen Groves

Kentucky Alleyne Provincial Park Our featured image is of the a young and an old Ponderosa Pine surrounded by a copse of Aspens in their fall finery. There is something about the two pine trees that speaks to me. The location in general… Well…

Otter Creek Road

Liddy and I drove south from Merritt, BC, to Princeton, BC, along backroads to find fall colors and Aspens.

Palouse Straw

Harvesting straw for pulp in the Palouse.

Palouse Falls

Palouse Falls on a late September evening. Liddy and I enjoyed our first night in the ‘Hotel Prius’ here at the Park

Around the Curve

What mysteries await, around the curve?

Eunice Lake

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…

Color by the Brook

A wildflower shows off its blossoms on the side of an alpine brook.

Smokey Way

First attempt at star photography. The Milky Way from Sunrise in Mt Rainier NP. The skies were partially obscured by smoke from wildfires.