These images are taken about 30-35 miles apart, first one from a few miles away in Trout Lake, Washington, and the other from Hood River, Oregon. Perspective…. it appears more pointy from a greater distance!
Some information from Wikipedia “The Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus; hali = sea, aeetus = eagle, leuco= white, cephalis = head) is a bird of prey found in North America. A sea eagle, it has two known sub-species and forms a species pair with the White-tailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla). Its range includes most of Canada and Alaska, all of the contiguous United States, and northern Mexico. It is found near large bodies ofContinue reading “Bald Eagles in the Columbia River Gorge”
Series of images: I only caught the tail end of this surprise that happened after the sunset itself seemed to be over on January 2, 2014. These first two are my own, and they link to my photo site on SmugMug Both were taken from the edge of White Salmon, Washington looking West down theContinue reading “The Sunset that blew away the Northwest”
Sunrise on Dec 22 was an amazing sight to behold, lifting the spirits to the heavens. So far I have come up with this set of processed images for sale. clicking on any of these will take you to the image in my SmugMug portfolio. I can gaurantee there will be more from thisContinue reading “Glory Above the Fog”
In the next few days my next shipment of calendars will be arriving, and the first run will get sent out to the folks who have prepaid and are waiting patiently. I will let you know soon if more will be available! Also, I did order 20 DeskContinue reading “Klickitat River covered in Ice”
Recently we have been blessed in the Columbia River Gorge by a visit from the Tall Ships. This set of images were taken as they approached Hood River on the East bound journey Along their way at various ports these historic Ships give tours (for a small donation of $3) of the ships, often withContinue reading “The Lady Washington and the Hawaiian Chieftain”
Have you had moments in life when the sun suddenly pops out from behind the clouds and grabs you attention, telling you “GO THIS WAY NOW!!!”? I had one of those Monday morning. I headed out early in hopes of a good sunrise, and although sunrise fizzled I still got to spend a couple hoursContinue reading “Emerald Roads Call My Name”