Some interesting Comparisons Some times when you look hard you can find the most interesting similarities, volcanoes are no exception. El Salvador and Russia share this in common. El Salvador has 20 volcanoes compared to Kamchatka’s 160. Comparatively this is significant when we look at the differences in the total landmass between the two. El … More Mirror Reflections – El Salvador & Russia
So the other day I decided to clean my computer, I performed all the things I needed to do feeling great that my computer should be running at top performance. Then with my new found energy I thought I’ll do a new post to my blog. But, typing and clicking, and again doing the … More A Blogger’s Life “Saved” by Great Portland Web Design Company
The first time I came upon this spot on the Wahkeena trail I was absolutely stunned. It is hard to take in what you are seeing. It doesn’t really seem possible. It looks so surreal and at the same time very ethereal. I walked around looking for the best place to capture a good visual … More A spring running through the trees
On the Pacific Crest Trail, about 2 miles in from the trailhead I caught this glimpse of the Columbia Gorge through the trees. I love Peek-a-boo shots.
Sometimes when we are in the midst of our walk in life we have no clue where we are going. Have you been there? Well don’t worry cause if you look around you will see that it’s not always about where you are going as much as where you are at. Maybe just maybe it’s … More Have you ever wondered where life will lead you?
When I saw this couple walking towards the beach coupled with the posted sign I was imagining this was posted as “The Speed of Love. What I wasn’t prepared for was the shadow effect I got with this picture. Them walking hand in hand, to what looks like the open ocean and the fog beyond … More The Speed of Love
It wasn’t any particular thing I was shooting, what I did see was the colors, the shapes, the textures, the chaos, for reason it spoke of the other side of nature. The things we see everyday, the things that don’t stand out but we see them all the same. Is it Chaos or the order … More Pacific Crest Trail, Columbia River Gorge
I enjoyed this shot but thought that maybe there was just to much of this rock in the foreground, so I cropped the picture and have included it also. What I would like to know is which shot do you like better?
If you look really close you can see the fairy setting on the rock in the stream. Gotcha! Even though there isn’t a fairy in the middle of this stream, it’s a place where they should be. Some shots just speak for themselves, this is one of them.
This was a totally unexpected find on my trip to go camping up around Mt. Saint Helens. A buddy and I where exploring the area looking for the Pacific Crest Trail head. We had actually just pulled off to the side of the road. I noticed that there was a small waterfall up the creek … More Mt. Saint Helens, Washington
I saw this emerald green in a pool of water on Eagle Creek which is in the Columbia River Gorge. I wasn’t able to get the close up I wanted but it worked
I was traveling down the highway that runs along the north side of the Columbia river when this boat caught my eye, it begged me to turn around and capture it before it capsized.
This is Horsetail Falls, I walked this one for a while looking for that perfect pose. Then I found her, she was following the shape of the tree.
I love it when I’m getting to watch the wild kingdom in action. I had never witnessed a seagull ripping open the soft underbelly of a crab. Definitely not for the squeamish!
If Fairies existed I think this is where they would be hanging out.
Without every setting foot in Africa the wife and I got to encounter one of my dreams, in full color I got to see Cheetahs, wild dogs, not so African Elephants (the ears are a dead give away), zebras, and giraffes. As I stood and took these pictures I could imagine myself in the middle … More Africa in Portland