With one eye open and one leg tucked in, is this Great Blue Heron taking a nap or… only half a wink?
Entries Tagged ‘Camas’:
Photomontage inspired by my hometown of Camas, in Southwestern Washington State on the banks of the Columbia river, and the flower that names it.
A “Common Merganser” visiting a Camas lake, on a …crazy hair day perhaps (?) (If it looks like a duck… etc)
This was actually shot in my back yard — just a few blocks from downtown Camas, Washington.
…Perhaps it is time to mow the lawn again (?) Who knows what I might find next
The little mill town we have called home these past 24 years. Camas, Washington State, on the Northern shores of the Columbia river. The old paper mill, here since the 1880s, still runs 24/7 as shown in this image captured after sunset (from a viewpoint on the Columbia itself) even though it is [...]
Mid-February sunrise over Camas — my hometown on the shores of the Columbia river, in Southwestern Washington State (across the river from Portland, Oregon). In this view, the town is, literally, in the shadow of Mt. Hood: Portland’s favorite volcano…
More Camas images
Started appearing in our yard last week! (January!) in Camas, SW Washington State (greater Portland, Oregon area)
(Visit the rest of our flower photography collection, too.)
It only takes one…
For my Australian friends (it is Autumn in Australia)…
Fall view across one of the small lakes that ring my home town — Camas, Washington…
Black and white photography is not as popular in today’s digital imaging world as it was in the days of film. Yet it remains a reasonable alternative in rendering scenes with inherently low contrast, as in e.g. mid-day/ mid-Summer lighting where an abundance of light may overwhelm camera sensors, “washing out” the scene.
To achieve [...]