Oxbow Reservoir, on the border of Oregon and Idaho…
Rainbow caused by the rising sun at Noxon Rapids Dam, Montana.
(Move to Texas is almost complete, should have my internet connection up and be back to regular posting early next week.)
Getting out and away can be good for the soul…
I was traveling along the Yaak River in northwestern Montana when I saw a sign for “Yaak Falls”. I thought – great! – a waterfall! It will be spectacular! Majestic! Then I arrived at the waterfall and discovered it was maybe five feet high. But it was a nice place to relax for a while – watch and listen to the rush of the water.
Early morning view of Mesa Falls, on the Snake River in Idaho.
Walking along the beach at Birch Bay State Park, watching the sun reflect off the water…
On the shore of Puget Sound watching the rain roll in.
I like to go to Mukilteo State Park to work on my panorama skills. This image was created from 18 exposures.
Took a photowalk around Bellingham, Washington with fellow WordPress bloggers Emily, David, and David’s daughter Cait. We were all getting tired after a full day of walking and shooting but we decided to make one last stop before heading home. I think it was worth it. This is a panoramic shot created from 12 exposures. You can see a larger version by clicking or going to my
A rickety old pier at Mukilteo State Park.
Bald eagle in flight over Banks Lake in eastern Washington State.
A mostly gray, rainy day today. Headed down to the beach to see if there was anything worth photographing. Found some dogs running around, playing, and having a grand time.
Shot from Madrona Park, Seattle. Looking south at Lake Washington, the I-90 bridge, and Mount Rainier.