With one eye open and one leg tucked in, is this Great Blue Heron taking a nap or… only half a wink?
Entries Tagged ‘Washington’:
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.
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 [...]