Willow the elderly cat is not thrilled about winter returning. Snow returns to Trout Lake, Washington for Valentine’s Day.
Tag Archives: Nature
Pink Morning Lennies
A beautiful Lenticular cloud and Mount Adams glowed Pink at sunrise. Glenwood, WA Feb.6,2018
Such a lovely morning in Trout Lake! I just wanted to share a few iPhone pics from this morning with you.
Autumn and Mount Adams
Random thoughts and images of fall leaves, burn scars,elk, and Mount Adams from the south side.
Last night barrels and buckets full of rain fell in Glenwood, WA and in much of the northwest. In spite of flooded foundations and water over the roadway, it all looks beautiful when the sun pops out and a rainbow shines. This last rainbow is one from Friday, October 20 along Highway 141 near WhiteContinue reading “Rainbow Weather”
Contemplations in Rain
seasons change, thoughts flow. From hot fires to cold snow.
Eclipse 2017, Shaniko
A few rough images of totality from The Great American Eclipse 2017, by Starlisa Black Photography
2017 Solar Eclipse info Links
2017 Total Solar Eclipse infoEven here in southern Washington we will be in the range of 98% totality, which means that during the #Eclipse2017 #greatamericaneclipse it is still VERY dangerous to look at the sun without proper filtering glasses. I know that the Goldendale Chamber Of Commerce has several pairs for sale for two dollarsContinue reading “2017 Solar Eclipse info Links”
A Month for Sunsets
Just this week alone there have been several remarkable sunset. Since the last post I have chased a couple more in White Salmon, Washington. Funny, I use the term “chased the sunset” as a gauge to how I am doing…or chasing clouds… If I do not say that for awhile, it is time to examineContinue reading “A Month for Sunsets”
June Sunset in the Gorge
Recently I was treated to an amazing sunset over the Columbia River Gorge in White Salmon, Washington. I drove to the top of a hill, met some new friends, and fell in love all over again with clouds and wind in my hair on a hill top as day deepened into twilight. Do you knowContinue reading “June Sunset in the Gorge”