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High Plains Drifter

Lone wolf, Oregon’s high desert, mid-November sunset…

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Playing with Snow

The Winter of 2016 has been pretty mild here in the Pacific Northwest. No snow anywhere in our elevation… second Winter in a row.
This is an “abstract” image from another February, that I just re-worked. The original scene was recorded in our back yard.
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Meanwhile up in the mountains…

…It is still Winter
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Passage

Another early March scene from Portland’s Japanese gardens

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Into the Mist

It was one of those end-of-the-year kind of days in the interior Pacific Northwest (the — usually — dry side of the Cascade range). The snow had just stopped and the sun was trying to break through the heavy overcast but all it managed to do was speed up the melting process and form [...]

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Bluebird in the Tetons

It is, it is, it must be Spring…

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Ambivalence

Two weeks ago I saw the crocus flowers, a day after some late Winter snow…
Yesterday, “the second day of Spring,” the snow returned and the red currant twigs and blooms got heavily burdened… The seasons hadn’t quite made up their minds which way to go yet

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Silent Backyard

Found this image in my ‘08 files. Thought I’d play with it… Intrigued by its potential as an abstract piece.

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More Winter Light

This one is from South Central Washington State. (That area is engulfed in forest fires today) Date taken: 12/31/2004. Reworked: today. (It is hot out)

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Inversion

I am referring to the *optical* inversion often forced by snow.
Typically, in a work of the visual arts, the main subject is highly illuminated and the rest of the frame gets progressively darker as we move toward the edges. Our eyes tend to follow the light, so visual artists have traditionally used this simple [...]

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