I’m longing for a beach trip. Somewhere to getaway for a little bit of rest and relaxation. I know this is because I’m only two weeks into the term at school and I have another nine to go. So today, I bring you a piece of the beach so come along for the ride.
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.
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. 🙂
From the McMinnville Air & Space Museum. These old tires sit by themselves amongst the planes – they’d be easily overlooked. It’s interesting the tricks your mind plays on you here.
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.
Another picture from Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Wa. Walking towards the driving range, on one of the light hiking trails, I came across this view. Absolutely stunning, don’t you think?
You have seen this tree before, it is outside my apartment. Today it stood through the fog and was particularly wonderful.
This is the world famous hammer man statue at the Seattle Art Museum. To me, it’s as iconic as the Space Needle in Seattle. Enjoy!
This photo, from a trip to Kah-Nee-Tah, Oregon. I was driving out to Warm Springs and there was this scary two-lane road, which had nothing but fields on either side of it. Then I saw it, Mt. Hood, from the east, Something that I don’t usually get to see from Portland. I have this need…
I love this photo, taken in front of the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas during Christmas time. They had a great set up, including this “bubble tree” which I decided to shoot from the bottom looking skyward. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.