Abstract shapes seen through an ice-covered window on a frosty early February morning, in Camas, SW Washington State.
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Photomontage inspired by my hometown of Camas, in Southwestern Washington State on the banks of the Columbia river, and the flower that names it.
Abstract interpretation of a Summer scene at Indian Beach (Ecola State Park), Oregon
Listen people: it is a lot better to vote no, than it is to not vote
9/16/16. The Harvest moon of mid-September rises over the Columbia river, as seen from South-Western Washington State.
Uh oh… they know where I live!
Sometimes, when the photographer can’t go to nature, nature comes to the photographer.
(A good thing, even at 6:30AM)
A small cascade of water descends through a field of rocks, playfully creating small rainbows as it goes, somewhere in Washington’s “Indian Heaven” Wilderness.
No too long ago this spot was part of a small, seasonal stream at the point where it entered a lake. A beaver came along and set about to do as beavers do; build himself a nice dam. So he started by chewing down an aspen tree…
Apparently our beaver had not gotten the [...]
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 [...]
Sometimes, in the early morning under overcast skies, walking through the forest at the edge of the lake, I think… I’m seeing things