Entries Tagged ‘Pacific Northwest Photography’:

Glorious end of a day in May

Off the coast of Manzanita, Oregon. It is late May and the sun is pretty far North already.

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Dunes Egret

This is an updated version of a composite image I started working on in August 2004!
To answer some questions that usually come up:
* Yes, the setting is in the sand dunes near Coos Bay, Oregon…
* Yes, there is a real wetland in the sand dunes. And…
* Yes, I did see this great white Egret [...]

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Half a wink?

With one eye open and one leg tucked in, is this Great Blue Heron taking a nap or… only half a wink?

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Japanese / Portland Fall Color

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)

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Highway to Heaven

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.

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A Natural Abstract

Abstract shapes seen through an ice-covered window on a frosty early February morning, in Camas, SW Washington State.

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Camas, WA

Photomontage inspired by my hometown of Camas, in Southwestern Washington State on the banks of the Columbia river, and the flower that names it.

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Elk Meadows: a Fall diorama

Elk Meadows near Mt. Adams in South-central Washington State is a popular Winter grazing spot for Elk.

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Nectar on Ice

Time for a cold one

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The Anointing

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.

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