This is the Tacoma Narrows bridge in Tacoma, Washington as seen from a train. I caught this shot on a recent trip to Seattle and thought it was pretty spectacular. “Galloping Gertie” as it’s been called before, is one of the world’s most famous bridge videos.
From a trip to Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Washington. Walking along a nature trail, alongside a golf course, on a beautifully sunny day. Who could resist taking a photo like this?
I went for a little drive on my lunch break down Marine Drive, next to the Columbia River. I stopped because I noticed this vast storm brewing, I couldn’t help but notice the whole scene. The Glenn Jackson Bridge is in the distance, Washington on your right, Oregon on your left. Also, this is my…
I was in a church not too long ago, a massive church with some great glass. I was standing next to the holy water and noticed this great reflection. Thought it was too good not to share.
Taken from below the Bridge of the Gods, in Cascade Locks, Oregon. This bridge is fairly old, opened in 1926 and for a great deal of time, was the only Washington/Oregon crossing until The Dalles. Worth a check, if you’re in the neighborhood. It’s name comes from the following story: The Bridge of the Gods…
I’m seeing a couple of my friends bemoan the weather, so I thought today’s photo needed to be of some sunshine from a hike/walk I took recently. How nice it would have been to swing at some golf balls from this winding sunny view.
I helped a friend move out of the “Seattle freeze” today. We went for lunch after packing the truck and I had the opportunity to check out the Seattle Transit Tunnel project. Fittingly, it’s today’s photo!
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.
I’m out on a mini-vacation at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Washington. In the main part of their lobby they have this massive fireplace. I thought it was pretty cool.
Another Photo from Seattle this week! My trip to Seattle would not have been complete without a trip to Pike Place Market. I love just about everything about Seattle; every time I walk though Pike place, I have a sudden urge to yell, “FRESH FISH!” in a deep surly voice. 🙂