One of many new pages that have been added to the 4th edition of my Coffee Table Book Trout Lake and Beyond, bigger and better than ever with 48 pages plus photo covers, There is currently only one copy of this massive full color coffee Table book, and I limit the numbers produced of eachContinue reading “TL4th_page_38-39”
Calendars are in, hurrah! first batch anyway, it will be awhile before the Barn calendar comes in . Click on the photos or link below to see all the information about the calendars. 2014 Calendars.
There are now three calendars available, and you can see photos of the calendar pages by clicking on the calendars. Take note: you can choose with or without the little photos added to the dates on all except the barns calendar. email me at starlisa.black(at)gmail.com
This house has a good Guardian!
As I sift through my unprocessed Archives I am finding all sorts of treasures! Here are a few to share just for fun… these are not yet uploaded to my print purchasing galleries, just here to enjoy. I am not going to weave a story with them right now or anything, just share them. PleaseContinue reading “Trees and Clouds”
At Long Last, I have finished making my calendar for 2014, and you can see photos of the pages on this link! Come check them out… and contact me via comment or email if you would like to order. 2014 Calendar.
I finally processed some more images from my april journey to Utah for my Auntie’s funeral and the side trip to Arches National Park for 3 days, and sharing a few here with you! some warm colors that blend nicely with our fall colors and help counteract the gray days. Many of these images haveContinue reading “Flashbacks to Spring at Arches National Park”
Looking for the perfect March image for my calendar led me to this image. I am amazed I never processed this! Actually there are several, but only this one processed for now so I could get it in the calendar. This is a very rare moment in the Columbia River Gorge, with this big oldContinue reading “From Calm Serenity to Wild Weather, that is the Gorge!”
Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge is lovely any time of year, with widely changing terrain as a large area floods and dries out in cycles. Large herds of Elk wander the refuge, and flocks of migrating birds make it an annual stop along the route. Here is a great news article from 2011 about conboyContinue reading “Wandering through Fall with Friends at Conboy Wildlife Refuge”
Taken tonight with my iPhone and the program pro HDR from out in front of the Mount Adams Chamber of Commerce. I am starting a little volunteer work there occasionally so you might see more from the spot 🙂 Please take time to check out my links in the sidebar on this page. Remember meContinue reading “Glorious Fall, not over quite yet!”