Category Archives: 365 photo

The rock

ISO 100, 70mm, f/22, 8.0 sec We wanted a field trip to the coast and found a new favorite place. This is Haystack Rock at Cape KiwandaView full post »

599 – View from our back yard

ISO 200, 100mm, f/10, 1/100 sec I am amazed at how early the sun is going down. It was overcast for much of the day. It began parting inView full post »

597 – Fall is in the air

ISO 100, 105mm, f/22, 1/160 sec Except for the short time I ran to Lowe’s for more cleaning and organizing, I have hardly stepped outView full post »

595 – Forecast sunny

ISO 100, 100mm, f/7.1, 1/500 sec My friend Jeff and I took time to do some shooting together this morning. Since he came my direction lastView full post »

589 – Do you see what I see?

ISO 200, 100mm macro, f/2.8, 1/800 sec I was out taking pictures of the dogs this afternoon and moved in on Moose’s eye with myView full post »

588 – Get ready to rumble

ISO 400, 47mm, f/5.0, 1/1000 sec I spent my morning taking team photos. I have never been a sports fan, ever, and yet I really enjoyedView full post »

580 – Cat tails

ISO 200, 70mm, f/10, 1/250 sec I went home at noon to let the dogs out when it occurred to me that it was only Tuesday, at noon. TotallyView full post »

579 – Layers

ISO 100, 105mm, f/8.0, 1/500 sec Who says the Pacific Northwest does not have it’s own color palette? This is from the flower seedView full post »

578 – Reaching

ISO 100, 85mm, f/5.0, 1/2500 sec Last year our vet gave us directions to a field of flowers outside of Silverton. Yesterday while I was inView full post »

The dunes

Oregon sand dunes Over yonder is the Pacific Ocean. We drove to Florence, Oregon today to play on the ATVs at the sand dunes. What aView full post »

Bath time

While I was at the Oregon Garden yesterday, a duck flew into one of the ponds and began her bathing ritual. She was quite entertaining andView full post »

573 – Just another sunset

ISO 100, 70mm, f/32, 1/320 sec This is from the tide pools below Yaquina Head. I can still hear the sound of the seabirds above the wavesView full post »