#oregon #waterfalls #photography Just testing out the new feature added today for sharing a photo already in an album! So here's another one for Waterfall Wednesday for those haven't seen my Multnomah Falls shot! Read post in Google+
Happy Friday everyone! I've been busy and haven't posted anything for a couple of days. I wanted to share this image of the Cedar Creek Grist Mill. In December I had a great day of exploring some areas in Washington with +Darren White and +Tracy Fawns. It was a really fun day! Read post in Google+
#WaterfallWednesday curated by +Eric Leslie #waterfalls #oregon #photography
This is Punchbowl Falls in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon photographed last May. This was my first time visiting the falls. It' was a fun hike with my husband to the top view point of the falls and then to the bottom where this was taken. The water was a bit high this day. I plan to return again for some better photos in the future. Read post in Google+
Hello everyone. I'm just back from photographing the tulips and a few waterfalls in Marion County. The weather was not in my favor at the tulip fields but it was for shooting waterfalls. I have several new photos to share with you. I will be back to posting regular again.
I've been enjoying the beautiful beach of Bandon with wonderful photographers the last couple of weeks. This particular image I shot last night along with +dene' miles+Gregory Pepion+Patricia Thomas and a others not on G+. The sunset was not looking very promising so we were all totally surprised and delighted to see such gorgeous color begin to light up the sky! It's not my intention to only post Face Rock images lately, but when the light is just right and it frames it nicely, well....
I hope you don't mind another pass of one of my Bandon images. I'm still organizing and putting away stuff from last weekends Windfest held in Bandon. I've decided that I'm just not going to do any windy, coastal art festivals ever again, unless it's indoors. Even though I have a great tent and I was prepared, it still did poorly when huge gusts of wind came through. I hope to write a blog post soon about my experience this year, so stay tuned!
This familiar place makes for an easy stop after a long day of work. I'm grateful to have a place to catch a sunset, close to home. As it stays lighter in the evenings, I'll be able to travel to other locations if I want to after work. For now, it's a fantastic place to slow down after a busy day.
~ Smooth ~ Good morning! Can't believe it's #waterfallwednesday again thanks to +Eric Leslie. I've been gone for an extended weekend shooting more waterfalls and having some family fun. But this image is from my trip from the Gorge a couple of weekends ago shot from Eagle Creek. I really didn't think I had any photos from the bottom that would be good because the light changed and the sun really came out all over the falls. I wasn't too concerned as I had a photo from last year I was happy with. Have a great day!
I'm still plugging along updating my websites. I am working on my blog this week. I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Posting a reworked photo taken last winter while hanging out with friends. This is Moulton Falls Bridge on the Lewis River in Washington.
Have a great night! #washington #lewisriver #moultonfallsbridge #pacificnorthwest #photography Read post in Google+
Good morning everyone! Here's an image taken during a workshop in the Palouse with the amazing +Chip Phillips last weekend! I had a great time and learned a lot.
I thought I would edit one image for now since I'm backlogged on images from all my recent trips! I hope you enjoy!
Happy #sunsetsaturday ! Last night was the nicest sunset we've had here on the Southern Oregon Coast in weeks. August tends to be cloudless skies and lots of fog here. I was thrilled to run out to the beach, it felt great. Though I've photographed Sunset Bay a jillion times, I never get tired of going out there. I met some nice photog folks from out of town and we enjoyed it together.
Have a safe and happy holiday weekend if you are in the US!
Since it's still #waterfallwednesday thanks to +Eric Leslie, I thought I would post another photo from my recent trip to the Gorge this past weekend. I was told there was probably no spring greens left, but as you can see, there was! I was at the Gorge last year in July and I shot Punchbowl Falls and the grasses were dryer, so I'm much happier with this one. It does bug me that there are the grasses poking through the bottom of the frame, but it doesn't look right edited. At least the way I tried. If I were more adventurous I guess I'd get further out on the ledge to shoot this but this was far enough for me!
With one of our first major storms along the Oregon Coast this season, I thought I would share this photo from the archives. Please be safe out there if you are driving anywhere for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
A typical Pacific Northwest fall day that included rain and overcast skies. Perfect conditions for shooting fall color in the Columbia River Gorge. It was my first time to Wahclella Falls and it did not disappoint!
If it's grey and rainy like it is here, I hope this photo brightens your day! I took this photo last year during the tulip festival at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm. I was lucky to see the hot air balloons on two visits.
Hope everyone is having a great day! This photo was taken while hanging out with +Darren White, +Tracy Fawns and my husband a couple of weeks ago. It's the Multon Falls Bridge on the Lewis River in Washington. it was a fun day. Read post in Google+
#SunsetSaturday #oregoncoast #bandon #photography
I saw some Sunset Saturdays going around from my friends, so here's mine. It's been in my album, but since I uploaded this when I was new it never got any feedback. I have many sunset shots to share in this category from the Oregon Coast. This is Face Rock in Bandon, Oregon. I just love that area. It's about a 45 minute drive south of where I live. Read post in Google+
For #waterfallwednesday thanks to +Eric Leslie, I wanted to share this photo of Abiqua Falls near Scotts Mills in Oregon. The hike to this waterfall is a little rugged but so worth it when you stand within the amphitheater gazing at this thunderous waterfall. The moss colors are really this vibrant! I've been to the waterfall twice and hope to get there again sometime!
This photo is from a series of my first big Shore Acres high surf shots from 2009. I was thrilled that the event happened on a day I wasn't working. I'd never been able to make it before when I heard there were high surf advisories. This was handheld and it shows. It's not the best image quality, I have learned a lot since then. I recently reprocessed this image while playing around with a demo of Silver Flex Pro 2.
Since that time I have photographed hundreds of these crashing waves like many others from the area and beyond. I never get tired of seeing these waves crashing against the cliffs out there. It's so mesmerizing and thrilling to watch. Read post in Google+