Photo of the Day – Looking Down the Road

This photo was taken on a hike near Stevenson, Washington. I really loved the perspective this brings. A long way from where you are and from where you’re going. Just looking down the road.

Photo of the Day – I Can See For Miles and Miles and…

Ok. Maybe not for miles, my eyes aren’t that good. On a clear day, though, you can see for, what feels like, forever. The Columbia River Gorge, on a clear day, offers spectacular views from many different vantage points. Enjoy!

Photo of the Day – Crooked And Tall

Looking up into the sky, I caught this beautiful sight. While it wouldn’t look nearly as exciting in color – well, maybe the blue skies behind it would have – I thought, in black and white, it was striking and enjoyable.

Photo of the Day – Moss, River, Tree…

Today’s photo comes from a winter hike in the Columbia River Gorge. Having posted a “moss on a rock” photo before, I thought it was time to see it again. 🙂

Photo of the Day – Falling Halo

Today’s photo comes from a hike in the Columbia River Gorge. The Bridal Falls waterfall has a bit of a hike to get to it, but it’s well worth the trip, as you’ll see.

Photo of the Day – Lakeside Reflections

I caught this shot while on a hike, I thought the reflections were cool inside the lake and I didn’t think it was possible to catch the short as I saw it. I was wrong.

Photo of the Day – It’s Not Easy Being Green.

Went on an adventure today near Carson, Washington. We were in search of remote waterfalls; instead we found forest service roads and patches of car-deep snow. I did run across this great quiet stream shot, though.