Someone recently sent me a bunch of pictures to share of tract D area, Bird Creek Meadows, and Mount Adams. . The devastation around the lakes up there was pretty intense but up in the Meadows things are not so bad. The three collage pictures of burned structures are The trailers of the Yakama TribeContinue reading “Bird Creek Meadows 2018”
“When you want to help…. In a time of crisis people naturally want to reach out and help. We appreciate those efforts and have a few suggestions for you to consider. Most appreciated by firefighters: ● Thank you notes and banners ● Donations to local recovery efforts ● Donations to Wildland Firefighter Foundation: http://www.wffoundation.org Other ideas: ● Join or support yourContinue reading “Firefighters offer Ways to Help.”
When conditions are dry and low humidity, the strangest things can start fires. Be Aware!
Happy Thanksgiving! I am grateful that this fire was kept from spreading to my brother’s house and garage, and that no one was hurt, not even the chickens! Our awesome local firefighters came to the rescue last night, and although the fire at my brother’s (Boyce Black) turned out to be just the Chicken Coop,Continue reading “Chicken Coop Fire”
Smokey Sunset and Good Friends. Last nights post about a great international photographer meetup with our favorite Tasmanian devil!
Marvelous combination for an almost autumn day ! An opportunity was given me to meet an online friend from Australia and I ran with the chance. As a bonus new friends and old friends mingled for lunch and shooting sunset (in classic photographer meetup fashion worldwide). Gary Randall, one of the brothers of my heart rather thanContinue reading “Smokey Sunset and Good Friends”
UPDATE Aug 9: The fire was listed as 55 % contained this morning, with 3,565 acres total. I believe that 3 houses burned and my thought and prayers are with the families, but grateful no lives were lost. 3 other structures burned as well. All evacuations were dropped to Level 1 and people could return toContinue reading “Rowena Fire 2014 UPDATED”
2014 Calendars. I updated my 2014 calendar page to include the Fire Calendar, the Desk Calendar, and more information about what I have left. Email me with questions or orders! Thanks so very much for your visit, it means a lot to me.
at the request of some fire fighting friends I have now created a 2014 Fire Calendar, with my best shots from several fires in this area since 2008. I only ordered 6 for now, but will order more if I get requests! email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Fire Calendar. They are $25 each,Continue reading “New Fire Calendar! Last but not least…”
My newest book is out, consisting of many of my best images from late 2011 to late 2012 (plus a few extra bests thrown in from previous years). This colorful 8 x 8 inch book consists of 26 pages plus full size photos on front and back cover, and tells a seasonal story of theContinue reading “2012 Photojourney BOOK”