I know that I’ve been very inconsistent lately, but here are some photos from this week in the Glenwood area You can view more of my photography here at At my SmugMug website starlisa.smugmug.com Also on Flickr as Starlisa Flickr website And on Facebook as Starlisa Black Photography We as humans can be the caretakersContinue reading “Beauty of Autumn”
Tour of the water scooper plane, Air Tanker Fire Boss 205, the N10122, complete with many photos.
Update on Erica Kuneki, Warrior with the motto “Stronger than Cancer”. Share to help this strong young woman fight cancer.
“Over its 20-year history, the Chemical Safety Board has investigated more than 150 explosions, fires, and spills at chemical plants and oil refineries. Included are the 2012 Chevron refinery fire in Richmond, California, which drove about 15,000 people to seek medical care, and the 2013 West Fertilizer Co. explosion in Texas, where 15 people, including 12 emergency responders,Continue reading “Importance of the Chemical Safety Board”
A few recent shots to share with you from last weekend. This first one of the helicopter dipping in the turtle pond is during the recent Memaloose #2 Fire on the Oregon hills along the Columbia River between Mosier and Rowena. The fire was in mop up the last few days which has been aContinue reading “Weekend Adventures”
I have come to realize that my heavy tagging on Flickr in early years has brought a lot more people to places I love. This can be good or bad depending on how they behave! There are now numerous hiking guides and photos on the Internet and detailed maps for most any place you wantContinue reading “Leave No Trace”
Many of us have lost so many loved ones already this year, and it brings with it an occasional melancholy that can also be the doorway to good memories. Today, processing photos from my archives, I ran across this set of images I took at a dear friends home in the White Salmon area. Sharon Continue reading “In Honor of Loved Ones”
This was Saturday afternoon 11/05/16 near Anchor Point, Alaska on the southern Kenai Peninsula, where I nearly got covered with hail at Whiskey Beach. Slideshow with music is posted on the blog post. I wanted to stay and watch it happen and then I looked at the hill I had to drive up to getContinue reading “From Sun to Hail in One Hour”
I am working at a local museum now, the Gorge Heritage Museum in Bingen, Washington. Today I had a local visitor and his mother who brought 3 fossilized teeth in to show me. They are hoping to identify what the teeth may be. I am guessing Bovine style from the looks, but presumably much olderContinue reading “Fossilized Teeth, unknown”
My heart goes out to the victims families in #Paris, in #Lebanon, in #Syria, , #Pakistan , #Behrain, and in so many other countries in this sad time. Many of us on this side of the world are most familiar with Paris, and we hurt for them following this attack 11-13-2015. Many more in otherContinue reading “Solidarity”