I lost my marbles!! And then my sister friend Janice came to visit and helped me find them, and we found hers too🤪😂😂 Are yours here too? 🤗 Before that, when we were driving up this away, I had to show Janice The truth of my bumper sticker. “I Brake for Interesting Cloud Formations”. IContinue reading “I lost My Marbles”
Willow the elderly cat is not thrilled about winter returning. Snow returns to Trout Lake, Washington for Valentine’s Day.
This was Saturday afternoon 11/05/16 near Anchor Point, Alaska on the southern Kenai Peninsula, where I nearly got covered with hail at Whiskey Beach. Slideshow with music is posted on the blog post. I wanted to stay and watch it happen and then I looked at the hill I had to drive up to getContinue reading “From Sun to Hail in One Hour”
oooh boy.. I had fun today, sunday afternoon February 8, 2015; chasing light that turned into raindrops and smelled refreshing. Took off north, caught the storm clouds from our place in White Salmon (Mammatus clouds) and stopped in Husum to get some shots of the Husum Falls on the White Salmon River, which were ragingContinue reading “Chasing Raindrops to Glenwood”
this morning… White Salmon, Washington.
Here is a simple slideshow of images from July 22, 2014 thunderstorm. What a wild sunset that was! Hope you enjoy watching as much as i enjoyed taking the images! These images are process quite minimally, with nothing added. News flash below the slide show In September, Cycle Oregon will be traveling through Glenwood, Washington,Continue reading “Storm Clouds and Lightning”
This last week we have had some amazing sunsets and thunderstorms. and I was lucky enough to get some images that made me dance. These are all from Oregon and Washington near the Columbia River, White Salmon and Hood River. July 21 was amazing when the sky blew up in all directions. On Facebook IContinue reading “Power of Nature”
Other images around town on Feb. 10th before the rain moved in and temps soared and things got messy!
Husum Falls on the White Salmon River in Winter, February 8, 2014. The water under the falls was very green where the water was deep and churned up by the falls. February 9. 2014 Third day of shoveling, the snow has changed as temperatures warm above the low teens where they have been recently. EachContinue reading “A Winter’s Day in White Salmon”
© Darlisa Black I always did love this shot looking up at a passing storm cell from up at Timberline… such wild and wooly weather these mountains create around themselves. Normally I am seeing the Hood from far away in White Salmon, Washington, watching the clouds dance around the peak or bury her completely. ThisContinue reading “Under the Storm Cell on Mount Hood”