Pink Morning Lennies

Mount Adams glowed with a lovely pre-sunrise pink and blue deliciousness that pulled me out of bed after only 3 hours of sleep, to stumble outside with camera in hand. By the time the sunrise kissed the mountain top, the pink had gotten brilliant. I was staying in Glenwood,  Washington, where I have a wonderful view of Mount Adams from my friends house.

These are only iPhone pics, but I really wanted to share now! The color is not quite as brilliant as my eyes were seeing.  This is an unusual event; typically the lenticular clouds more often are seen far ro the right of the mountain from this location.  Last night between 8:15 and 8:38 pm we had roaring sudden gusts of 40 mph winds, which dropped to 30 mph gusts for the next hour.  Base winds ranged roughly from 8-15 mph, fluctuating BETWEEN GUSTS from the SW to SE, and back to SSW. Temps at that time were 44 deg. F.  This morning it was below freezing and I ran out without my gloves 😂💕  Oops

May your day be blessed.

~Darlisa Black

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Sunset over Mount Adams

This is a recent sunset from the Trout Lake Natural Area Preserve, near Trout Lake, Washington

WIshing you a Happy Holiday season, a belated Merry Christmas and Winter Solstice, and any other holiday you may follow!

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Random Bits of Pink

Fiery pink, orange and purple sunset over Sleeping Beauty and the Trout Lake Natural Area Preserve

I just felt like some COLOR was appropriate, rich vibrant color to counteract the Ice and bitter wind outside. A friend treated me tonight to an amazing day at Bonneville Hot Springs Resort, and tonight coming home was the coldest it has been in awhile. So, for all of you anxious for warmer and brighter weather, I present PINK!

Spring Beauty, an early spring pink low growing wildflower that grows in subalpine zones near Mount Adams, blooming as the snow melts

Spring Beauty, an early spring pink low growing wildflower that grows in subalpine zones near Mount Adams, blooming as the snow melts

 

Orange sunset clouds over green marshland along the Columbia River

Orange sunset clouds over green marshland along the Columbia River

 

Orange sunset clouds over green marshland along the Columbia River

Orange sunset clouds over green marshland along the Columbia River

 

Sailboats cross paths in the Port of Hood River, during a brilliant pink to purple sunset over the Columbia River.

Sailboats cross paths in the Port of Hood River, during a brilliant pink to purple sunset over the Columbia River.  CLICK IMAGE TO SEE MY BEST IMAGE GALLERIES OR TO BUY PRINTS

 

"Sunrise Glory above the Fog" is a mid December 2013 brilliant pink and orange image taken looking East over the Columbia River covered with a thick layer of fog. This Triptych has been printed on Metal, and each panel is 16x24" in size, giving a combined wall size of 50x24".    For the Months of February and March this will be on display at North Shore Cafe in White Salmon, Washington with many other of my images.    CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO SEE LARGER IN MY BEST GALLERY

“Sunrise Glory above the Fog” is a mid December 2013 brilliant pink and orange image taken looking East over the Columbia River covered with a thick layer of fog.
This image has been printed as a three panel split on Metal, and each panel is 16×24″ in size, giving a combined wall size of 50×24″. For the Months of February and March this will be on display at North Shore Cafe in White Salmon, Washington with many other of my images.
CLICK ON THIS IMAGE TO SEE LARGER IN MY BEST GALLERY

 

Just before Christmas Lennies

I was thrilled on the 22nd to get my early Christmas present!  You know me and my Lenticular clouds.  I was pretty excited to find these in Trout Lake for sunset.  Next day was rainbow day with wild rain, and the third day was sunny and blue skies!  Weather change indicators these are often called.

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Click on this image to see on SmugMug or to order prints

These images are linked to SmugMug where you can see my galleries of fine art photography and even purchase prints

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Also, I still have a few calendars, particularly Desk and Fire Calendars available for purchase.  Information on the calendars and on my books can be seen by clicking on this calendar photo below

Desk Calendar September

Desk Calendar September

Mirror Lake on Mount Adams

I recently was blessed to witness this amazing sunset that just did not end for the longest time, moving from orange through red into pink and purple…
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and a while before that I caught this more subtle one.  I love to be up here in Tract D and Bird Creek Meadows.  The season will not be lasting much longer, possibly end of September or mid October the gates will lock back up.

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Yakama Nation Tract D includes the eastern half of the Mount Adams Wilderness

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This Friday evening September 20, 2013, from 5-8 pm at North Shore Cafe in White Salmon there will be a Trunk show with several artisans displaying our wares (yes, including me). If you are on facebook you can learn more here

Event page on Facebook for the Trunk Sale 

 

 

They will also be open for business with their usual goodies and juices, coffee and snacks

or, here is a map for directions You can see a Bing map here for directions

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Lenticular Sunrise in delicious PINK

Mount Adams was glowing so beautifully this morning in the alpenglow even before the sun directly kissed the snow on the peak… thanks to the Dogs I am taking care of I was up earlier enough, and all I had to do was throw on my boots and robe and grab my camera to run out on the deck and catch it… happy day!

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