These shots are all from January 24, 2014, a sunny day but with lingering fog that returned at sunset. There will be more from this day!
Hi folks! I have been working hard on a big project for information in the Columbia River Gorge and Klickitat County, Washington, and will give you a peek at the process soon. Meanwhile here is a multi frame stitched Panorama view of the Fog blanket in the Columbia River Gorge December of 2013… it was remarkable.
this was the same morning as the large metal Triptych currently hanging on display in Hood River, Oregon at Boda’s Kitchen
Here is the link to the information on Triptychs, Clusters and Splits. This is also in the Menu to the right.
You can also see the example hanging at Boda’s Kitchen in Hood River, link above.
I found my way back to an old folder from March, 2013, for a quick edit of a series of images, so I thought I would share them here! I also have several other series of images I will be sharing soon…. so stay tuned.
On the end of the Bridge in Cascade Lock are some amazing lovely Murals featuring local Native American culture and local wildlife.
These images are linked to my best photo galleries, if you click on them you will see these and many more images available for purchasing and sharing on social media with your friends (by using the share buttons under the images) They tell the story of Tuesday, March 11, 2014 up in the high Prairies around Glenwood, Washington.
A day that started with a meeting in Glenwood led to all day of wandering through the mountains and along the Klickitat River, then back home through Glenwood along Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge. A day of recharging and serenity and beauty. I wanted to share some of that with you! It started out with misty fog over the flooded fields of Camas Praire near Glenwood.
There was only a sign that said no Hunting… so I wandered down the road. after a bit along came a truck full of ranchers (Kreps Ranch owns much of this area) asking me what I was up to… I showed my pics and explained I had not seen any No Trespassing signs and thought this was part of Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge which covers much of the flooded fields. He was sure there was a sign, but I checked again on the way out and there was not. I asked him if I could make it up to him with a picture and he thought that might work just fine 🙂 and gave me his email. I also asked him if it were possible to get official permission to be in here, and he said maybe after March, as they have business this month and don’t want people in there .
Since I already had my pics and needed to get on to the meeting (I was now quite late, but the light had grabbed me!) I walked on back to my truck and headed down the road.
As the day went on, these are some of the treasures I found.
It was a really grand day, thank you for coming to share it with me!
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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 this day as time goes on!
I just ordered this Triptych of one of these images to use in upcoming Gallery shows in the White Salmon and Hood River area of the Columbia River Gorge.
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