I took a day trip to Mt. Hood. Which, is one of the reasons I love Portland so much. You can, quite literally, drive from Mountain range to Seashore in a couple hours. Ski and surf? Why not. 🙂 At one of the lakes near the base of Mt. Hood I took this photo from…
From the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. 🙂
This was from my flight out of Hawaii. Flying over Manele Bay, The Four Seasons Resort, Hulopo’e Beach and Pu’u Pehe (sweetheart rock,) I was reminded of all the fun I had on our trip. As a science nerd, I also really enjoy how clear the water is and how much of the kelp bed…
It took all week for me to get to see a sunrise. Only because I was on vacation and had no reason to get out of bed before sunrise. Yes, I agree it is beautiful. But, I love my sleep. 🙂
Heh. The pond may not be golden, nor is the golf course, but I really thought this vivid scene needs a title punchier than: “Golf course” 🙂 Enjoy!
This photo, another from the Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle, Washington – Is another of my favorites. It’s the sculpture, Space Needle and the Blue Skies that draw me to it every time I see it. You can check out all of my photos from the Chihuly Garden and Glass Gallery Or — All…
This photo, the rooster tail from our snorkeling catamaran. Say hello to the most beautiful water in the world. Just off the coast of Lanai, Hawaii. This post, by the way, is from on the boat. Aloha
This trip in Lanai, Hawaii is absolutely breathtaking, peaceful, and downright awe-inspiring. We traveled around the shores of Lanai today and we saw this beautiful beach and this 1940’s shipwreck.
Pardon the liberty I’ve taken with the subject, I cannot help myself when I see bales of hay. I will, undoubtedly yell, HAY, whenever I see it.
This photo is all about perspective. A great shot from Seattle, Washington’s Gas Works park, which is an old gas and oil refinery turned nature park. They covered everything with colorful paint and turned it into a great place to see Seattle on a sunny day.