Taken near the Columbia Gorge in September, 2015, Native Americans catch fish the old fashioned way their ancestors used. Materials are a bit more modern, but the concept remains the same. I always encourage people to respect the ones fishing, ask before taking photos, and offer to send them images of themselves.
My nephew called me this morning with a heads up about lovely sunlight coming under the fog on the Columbia near The mouth of the White Salmon River. Being the night Owl that I am, I was not yet ready for the day. I threw on my clothes, grabbed my camera, and drove down theContinue reading “Calm Morning on the Columbia River at the National Fish Hatchery”
I have been slipping up again lately making new posts! Life has been full, with fall colors and lenticular clouds and historic train rides, so hopefully I can share more of those with you soon. These are all taken in Lyle, Washington, from the Bridge whose shadow you see in the first image. Here atContinue reading “Fishermen and Trains on the Klickitat”