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 hours in a magical green kingdom far above the busy world below. Rolling on moss beds taking photos of Grass Widows and moss, and River far below, in a world apart. Yes it was a bit cold, but I was well prepared.. Sure the wind was a lot to take while shooting flowers, but there were calmer moments. A perfect morning simply discovering the details in a place not far from home that i had never seen before.
Grass Widows along the bluff above the Columbia River
THere were bits of history laying about too, parts of life from long ago.
and across the river I can almost see my home among the many homes in White Salmon, Washington.
and there was even a hint of a rainbow in the distance on Underwood Mountain!
ALSO a reminder before I go… I have my gallery show at the White Salmon Community Library until the last Saturday in March.. not much time left to go check it out if you are in the area! Turnout has been amazing, and feedback has totally surprised and recharging to my spirit, thank you to all who have given me such lavish feedback!
You can also check out my side bar links, under Calendars and Books tab, to find galleries detailing my available photo books.
Starlisa Black Photography