With one eye open and one leg tucked in, is this Great Blue Heron taking a nap or… only half a wink?
Entries Tagged ‘Pacific Northwest Photography’:
Another rainy day in late Winter prompted me to revisit a scene from a more colorful time at our (Portland) Japanese gardens. There is more to see there than one, world-famous, Maple (http://bit.ly/2nus7bt)
A somewhat dreamy interpretation of a road that leads to the “Indian Heaven Wilderness” near Mt. Adams, in South-central Washington State. Fall colors dominate this early October scene.
Abstract shapes seen through an ice-covered window on a frosty early February morning, in Camas, SW Washington State.
Photomontage inspired by my hometown of Camas, in Southwestern Washington State on the banks of the Columbia river, and the flower that names it.
Elk Meadows near Mt. Adams in South-central Washington State is a popular Winter grazing spot for Elk.
Time for a cold one
The white seagull in the sky (Jonathan Livingston?) emerges through storm clouds at sunset, over the Oregon coast to give a nod to his successor.
Abstract interpretation of a Summer scene at Indian Beach (Ecola State Park), Oregon
Lone wolf, Oregon’s high desert, mid-November sunset…