Random Bits of Pink

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 brighterContinue reading “Random Bits of Pink”

Summer Joys on the Mountain

Yes I am going back to summer now, since it is brighter and warmer than what is outside!   These are all from my July 2013 folder from camping and hiking up in Bird Creek Meadows on the SE slopes of Mount Adams in southern Washington State. Please share my work with your friends usingContinue reading “Summer Joys on the Mountain”

Joys of Autumn in Trout Lake

Mid October brought some marvelous color.  These are print quality images, and if you click on the individual photos it will take you to a print purchasing site.  I can also get metal prints, canvas or thinwrap images ready to hang on the wall, from 5 x 7″ up to 30 x 45″ sizes ofContinue reading “Joys of Autumn in Trout Lake”

A Crisp Fall Day on Bird Creek Road

A few quick shots to share a day along the road and at Mirror Lake as the temps drop rapidly at Tract D and Bird Creek Meadows.     SEE THE SIDEBAR IMAGES FOR ALL MY PHOTO LINKS, INCLUDING ALBUMS SHOWING ALL MY PHOTOBOOKS.  I AM WORKING ON THE 2014 CALENDAR AND WILL POST THATContinue reading “A Crisp Fall Day on Bird Creek Road”

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… 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 notContinue reading “Mirror Lake on Mount Adams”

Aurora Borealis in Washington State

The featured image above and this next image are from June7,2013, as Northern lights danced in the midnight and early morning sky while I danced around my camera in the silence of a mountain night… which is never really silent, but alive with the songs of the stars, the movement of nocturnal birds and animals.Continue reading “Aurora Borealis in Washington State”