Dinnertime with the Blue Heron

I had a lovely peaceful day recently beside Rowland Lake along Highway 14 between Bingen and Lyle, Washington.  The lake was stocked with fish that morning, and the ospreys and herons were eating good.  Click on the first photo, and then use side arrows to see all images larger.

Layers of Gorgeous

Taken earlier in December, this image represents my favorite view of the Gorge for the year.  I reprocessed a bit from the previous version and wanted to share it again.   Taken from the hills above White Salmon, Washington looking West down the Columbia River Gorge. My new calendars will be around January 5-8, and mostContinue reading “Layers of Gorgeous”

Winter Cards Sale

I have a winter set of 5 x 7″ notecards available as random assortment or handpicked selection. These are printed directly as color copies of a PDF file, onto a glossy coverstock paper using a high quality printer, and were quite popular recently at the Trout Lake Christmas Bazaar! PRICE: 10 pack with envelopes forContinue reading “Winter Cards Sale”

Reflections on Life, Ripples of memory

Happy Thanksgiving to all, and I am holding a vision in my mind that anyone that is lonely or sad today has someone reach out to them to bring comforting positive words, a hug, a warm blanket or good meal, whatever it is that they are most in need of today or any day. RegardlessContinue reading “Reflections on Life, Ripples of memory”

Magazine Ad

I have been learning some things about graphics design, in the process of creating an ad for myself in the Columbia Gorge Magazine.  What a grand learning curve it has been, with the help of a couple friends giving me tips.  I think this is the final result… although the print version will actually beContinue reading “Magazine Ad”

Rainbow City

Saturday I saw a bit of a rainbow as I drove through Hood River.  Driving down to the waterfront I got there just as it blew up into a full rainbow, with a double for awhile as well!  These are taken from the waterfront in Hood River, Oregon, looking north into and over White Salmon,Continue reading “Rainbow City”

Mount Adams Near and Far

These images are taken about 30-35 miles apart, first one from a few miles away in Trout Lake, Washington, and the other from Hood River, Oregon. Perspective…. it appears more pointy from a greater distance!