Just this week alone there have been several remarkable sunset. Since the last post I have chased a couple more in White Salmon, Washington. Funny, I use the term “chased the sunset” as a gauge to how I am doing…or chasing clouds… If I do not say that for awhile, it is time to examineContinue reading “A Month for Sunsets”
Kayaks race and homes flood along Trout Lake Creek and the White Salmon River on December 9, 2015
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.
Even in the midst of Rainy days there is beauty… although at times I just stand there and watch the rain fall, in a bit of a trance. The gentle or fierce sound of the rain, leaves blowing in the wet wind, the smell of fungi beginning to grow, it all washes over me likeContinue reading “Rainy Day Beauty”
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”
Seemingly all over the Pacific Northwest on July 3, the sunset lit up the sky with wonderful wild fire colors. Prior to that over Mount Hood and Mount Adams, and continuing downwind to the East of White Salmon, WA, long strings of Altocumulus lenticularis clouds stacked up in clusters running primarily North and South acrossContinue reading “Lenticulars and Sunset July 3, 2014”
This image is from a recent evening, a lovely thunderhead to the East down the Columbia River Gorge from Bingen, Washington. Later that night, about 1:00 am pacific time, there was lightning and thunder rolling through the area quickly and a nice refreshing and much needed downpour, briefly.
I had a sudden and rare opportunity to be gone overnight on May 27, so I threw my bed in the truck with a cooler and other assorted necessities, grabbed all my camera gear and hit the road going east. A sweet lady in Glenwood told me how beautiful the road to Bickleton from Goldendale,Continue reading “Adventures on the Bickleton Highway”