Looking back a Year from now

I have been searching my archives looking for the images I wish to use in the calendars I am building, and in the process have reworked a few older shot with my newer skills!  Here are a few from November 2013 Please DO check out the links in the sidebar on this page, see myContinue reading “Looking back a Year from now”

Fishermen and Trains on the Klickitat

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”

Light Through Aspens

Soon there will be many more images from this weeks adventures, but I wanted to give you one for today since I have not updated recently.  Such glorious perfect fall weather we have been blessed with lately! ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ ALSO the images hanging currently at North Shore cafe will need to come down on Halloween day,Continue reading “Light Through Aspens”

Intriguing Clouds over Mount Hood and Mount Adams

Lately I have been randomly dropping into older files from the last couple years looking for treasures that had been forgotten.  Here are a few of Lennies (my name for lenticular clouds) over Mount Hood and some interesting fluffy wannabe lennies over Mount Adams.  Judging from the rest of the day, the clouds over MountContinue reading “Intriguing Clouds over Mount Hood and Mount Adams”

Views along the Climber’s Trail on Mount Adams

One of my favorite places on Earth is up on the South Eastern Alpine slopes of Mount Adams in Bird Creek Meadows.  Part of Tract D, this area was part of the original Mount Adams WIlderness that was returned to the Yakama Nation in 1972 as per original Treaty of 1855.  More information on thatContinue reading “Views along the Climber’s Trail on Mount Adams”

Wild Horses Couldn’t Drag Me Away!

I had the opportunity to drive over Satus Pass and see some herds of Wild Horses, with nearly as many colts as adults. They are so beautiful to watch, and the herds were made up of all colors. What a great treat! My one zoom lens, an EF 55-250 IS just was not up toContinue reading “Wild Horses Couldn’t Drag Me Away!”

Emerald Roads Call My Name

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 hoursContinue reading “Emerald Roads Call My Name”

Welcome to My World, where the air is fresh and the Clouds are Beautiful

STARLISA BLACK PHOTOGRAPHY Darlisa Black   PO Box 190, Husum, WA 98623 http://www.starlisablackphotography.com EMAIL:  starlisa.black@gmail.com My Mother and Father taught me to love the world around me… and if I can help others to see with new eyes and find joy by showing that beauty through photography. I have accomplished my hearts goal. Husum, WA is my childhood homeContinue reading “Welcome to My World, where the air is fresh and the Clouds are Beautiful”

Current Events in February

Oh how I love Lenticulars! Yes, if you look over in the sidebar there is a menu link to Lenticular Clouds, a whole gallery of them spanning 6 years.    ALSO please look at the bottom of  this post for current information about my Gallery Shows! at the same time this morning this is theContinue reading “Current Events in February”

Current Events

January and early February have been months of amazing sunsets and sunrises and remarkable clouds. Winter has at least for the moment released its hold in the Columbia River Gorge, and over at Catherine Creek near Lyle the Grass Widows were already starting to bloom before the end of January. GALLERY SHOWS CURRENT AND UPCOMINGContinue reading “Current Events”