Photographing Lightning Photographing Lightning With Spring and early Summer comes transitional weather that will cause some amazing photography opportunities. Everything from blue skies with majestic thunderheads, rainbows and lightning. It is photographing lightning that I’m asked about how to capture the most. A lightning bolt typically lasts about 10 to 50 microseconds (0.000050 sec). That’s […]
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Angry Skies Over Mount Hood Oregon. This is a time lapse of the thunder clouds as they were passing by Mount Hood. This was taken from Lolo Pass Road near Zigzag, Oregon May 4th 2017.
Down by The Raging River. My video blog for March 28, 2017.
Healing the Forest – Betty and Gary decide to clean up after some evil doers.
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.
I’m considering this my first YouTube Vlog. Please go check out my channel and please subscribe for announcement of new videos. Please give me a thumbs up if you like it or a thumbs down if you don’t and I always appreciate a comment. Thank you for your support. Gary Just another day in Photography […]
Could you feel comfortable in a cabin in the woods like this? This is just one of the rustic early 20th Century cabins that are situated in the forest around Mount Hood. This particular cabin is in the little town of Rhododendron. Located in the Mt Hood National Forest you are guaranteed that you won’t have […]
Betty dog and I take a stroll to the Sandy River to take our chances at a sunset. I talk about photographing familiar places. Please visit my YouTube page. I’d appreciate it if you would trip the Like button and Subscribe to see more videos in the future.
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 […]