© Darlisa Black
I always did love this shot looking up at a passing storm cell from up at Timberline… such wild and wooly weather these mountains create around themselves. Normally I am seeing the Hood from far away in White Salmon, Washington, watching the clouds dance around the peak or bury her completely. This is one of the many faces of Mount Hood from my last post
This Friday evening September 20, 2013, from 5-8 pm at North Shore Cafe in White Salmon there will be a Trunk show with several artisans displaying our wares (yes, including me). If you are on facebook you can learn more here www.facebook.com/events/507564742652029/ They will also be open for business with their usual goodies and juices, coffee and snacks
or, here is a map for directions You can see a Bing map here for directions
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My mother taught me to love the world around me… and if I can help others to see with new eyes by showing that beauty through photography. I have accomplished my hearts goal . Husum, WA is my childhood home and I consider home to be anywhere from Mount Adams to the Columbia River. I give thanks to my parents for their love for Nature and God.
My work can be found online in full on Flickr, and while I am not set up to sell on that site, if you find a print of any size or style you wish to inquire about simply email me and I can send you a price list of prints by themselves or framed or mounted on foam core, gallery wraps, and standouts. I also license my photos for use in magazines, travel brochures and for web site use, and have been published several times. During the summer I am often at Saturday Market in Trout Lake or Hood River with my Note Cards and Prints
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9 thoughts on “Under the Storm Cell on Mount Hood”
This is such an amazing shot….So full of character and depth…I love the focus and the composition…The cloud patterns are brilliantly captured…The B/W rendition adds a whole new dimension to the photograph…Loved it!!!
thank you kindly for your good words! Being an older shot, it has not been seen so much by many of my friends now… fun to bring them forward sometimes and realize certain treasures we captured are timeless.
I saw those storm clouds headed your way! I’m west of you. 🙂
That is cool. Did you blow on them to send them my way?
Not this time – we don’t usually get massive billowy clouds (nimbus and cumulus) around here and I wanted them to stay! They were so photogenic.
I love it when they pile up and are sunlit on the top.
Look at that “arch” in the clouds behind the peak!!
You must be like me, I’m always noticing the backgrounds, sometimes first!
Looking through your site, this one is even more interesting. You do fantastic work in color…
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