Oregon Wildflower Photography Season 2017 is here. It’s time to go act like a bumble bee and flit from flower to flower, cameras in hand. Here in the Mount Hood and Columbia River Gorge area especially as we have so many options as well as a very long season to photograph them. Early in the […]
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Photography Workshops in the Columbia River Gorge.
Gary rages about garbage dumped in the forest. One of his favorite places spoiled by human filth. Please don’t litter the forests. Me a good steward to this land. Teach your children to respect the land and other people. Thank you for watching.
Gateway to Cold Spring Creek I stand at the window to the light of the universe, the smell of the earth, the sound of a dynamic reality and the sight of beautiful, precious life. This is only one of many spots to get a shot along Cold Spring Creek beside the trail to Tamanawas Falls, […]
Well it’s shaping up to be a great year for wildflowers on Mount Hood. The flowers are about gone at the lowest elevations but they’re moving their way up the side of the mountain. We had a great year for snow and a wet and cool Summer so far, generally speaking. The flowers seem to be […]
Flower Season Spring has come and gone and now we look forward to Summer here on Mount Hood. Summer on Mount Hood is our best time for wildflowers. Most of the flowers at the lower elevations have come and are starting to go, but our elevation and snow cover delay’s the bloom and gives us […]
The wildflowers are prime at Rowena right now. I was out there yesterday morning for a sunrise.
Oregon Aurora – The Northern Lights in the Pacific Northwest There once was a day when I was asked, “What would be your dream shot?” I replied that my dream shot or the impossible shot would be the aurora over Mount Hood, Oregon. Since then Earth has passed into the peak of the solar cycle known as […]