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Red on White

Last week Liddy and I made a quick run south to Mt. Saint Helens. The weather forcast promised sun with clouds. It had the potential for a stellar sunset. Nothing ventured, nothing gained they say. We hopped into the Prius and headed south. We…

Tipsoo Lake, Late May

Mt Rainier in the Spring is stunning with its pristine white dress of snow. I love to drive up to Chinook Pass shortly after the highway (Washington SR 410) is reopened after a long cold winter. It is one of the more Picturesque highways…

On Shooting Bald Eagles

Putting Shooting and Bald Eagles together like this in a title is pure click bait. On the other hand, that is what I want to ramble on about in this post. That and wildlife photography in general.

Bridal Veil Creek

Bridal Veil Falls is a popular stop along the Historic Columbia River Highway. There is a B&B on the high side of the highway, opposite the parking lot provided by Oregon Parks. At the risk of being called a heretic, I am going to…

Vista House

Any trip to the Columbia Gorge must include a moment at the Vista House. This unique building is perched atop the southern bluffs of the Columbia Gorge like a sentinel. The views are amazing as you can see from my previous post, and almost…

Columbia Gorge in the Morning

This is the classic view of the Columbia Gorge from the Portland Women’s Forum Viewpoint. Vista House sits high above the river with the colors of sunrise drawing your eye into the frame. Liddy and I spent the night in our Prius so we…

Day is Done

A lone fishing boat motors south towards the mouth of the Columbia River. Out to sea there is a squall threatening, but the ocean is calm. Should be an easy run up the river to its home port. This was shot from the path…

A Question…

We were in Florida for the first two weeks of December. It was great! The first week was at Cape Canaveral. It was quiet because … well because it was the first week of December. The locals thought it was cold – lows of…

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…