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”
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Sunset on Aspens
Aspen Trunks glow at twilight on Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Clouds Eating the Mountain
The mountain is all gone!
Forest Management vs. Logging
In my 20s and 30s I was an environmentalist doing protests to stop clear cutting. Now in my 60s i realize the pendulum swung too far the other way. Before the human population grew so much in this country, natural lightning caused fires would clear out diseased forests, and create clearings where huckleberries and elkContinue reading “Forest Management vs. Logging”
Dreamily Dazzled Delights Mount Adams shrouded in Storm cloud Sunset Glory recently. Mother Nature is still the best artist!
Mount Adams From a different point of view
I was up in the hills west of Mount Adams Tuesday 8/21/2019 and it was cloudy but the mountain was visible. There were interesting textures to the clouds so I stuck around at a fewpoint until sunset. For some foolish reason I didn’t have my camera with me, but I did get a few PhotosContinue reading “Mount Adams From a different point of view”
November 15, 2018 was amazing, lines of mountain wave clouds, stacks of lenticular clouds like ducklings in a row. One stack at the top of each wave of fast moving air. I raced to my favorite spot, over looking Mount Adams, and found this scene. enjoy! VOTE for your top 3 pics! #1 #2 #3Continue reading “Lenticular show”
Beauty of Sunset
“Clouds can dim the light of life,
But in return they can be the source of great enlightenment. ”
Winter in Trout Lake
I wanted to share a few pictures with you from the month of February 2019, in Trout Lake, Washington. We had one of those heavy snowfalls that came fast and furious, Beautiful and dangerous.
Shining bright with winter snow at the higher elevations. Mount Adams is the second tallest peak in Washington State, and yet had been the lesser visited mountain. We locals like it that way.. no roads open year around to treeline.