Entries Tagged ‘fog’:

On a frosty Autumn morning

The rising sun begins to burn through a thin layer of fog nicely highlighting Mount Adams in South-central Washington State, on this crisp Autumn morning.

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Riders on the Shore

A group of mystery riders emerges from the thick fog of a Pacific Northwest shoreline

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Through the Fog

On a cold Winter morning, Vista House, high on the cliffs of the Columbia Gorge, comes into view, as a thin layer of fog begins to dissipate

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Midnight at Rainier

I had long planned a night shot of Mt. Rainier from Reflection Lakes under starlight, but the weather had been un-cooperative. This time, too, in late September, weather patterns were quite unstable and unpredictable. Still, since we were already staying at the Paradise Inn, halfway up on Rainier, I decided to wait till [...]

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On a foggy wet morning in Spring

Fog or not, a wild rose still blooms

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Un-sharp Sunset

The knee-jerk response among photographers when, at the end of the day, they discover an image that isn’t sharp, is to a. see if it can be sharpened and b. if not, toss it. Which is what I almost did with this image, when I first saw the raw file from which it came…
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The view from the blind

A February morning scene at the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, south of Portland Oregon. They have a nice blind from which to observe wildlife –and which can (or at least could) be reserved for free. However…
The first thing I noticed when I got there was that all the local birds (mainly ducks [...]

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Mid Winter views

Mount Hood, Oregon, around Trillium Lake
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