Category Archives: Landscape

Watching the tide come in

ISO 100, 100mm, f/32, 0.8 sec When it decides to come in, it comes in really fast. This was about an hour after low tide. These four rocksView full post »

612 – Harvest moon

ISO 320, 230mm, f/4.0, 1/200 sec This was the moon above our house Saturday night. It looks more like a cantaloupe to me. ISO 200, 182mm,View full post »

Field of Flags

September 11, 2011 • Field of Flags, Salem, Oregon This morning we got up at 4 am so that I could go down to the Riverfront Park in SalemView full post »

608 – Fall colors

ISO 100, 92mm, f/22, 1/80 sec It’s a darn good thing we have such a beautiful view from our back patio. Some days it is the only timeView full post »

When the city meets the sea

ISO 125, 67mm, f/7.1, 1/125 sec Still pulling from our trip to the coast Friday night. This is Newport Bay. I have never been there whenView full post »

583 – Kiss me

ISO 400, 190mm, f/2.8, 1/250 sec This weeks assignment for Project 52 is “Road Trip”. Are you kidding me? I live in Oregon, IView full post »

Day 557 – Harvest

ISO 100, 100mm macro, f/9.0, 1/320 sec. On our way home from the butterflies, Jeff nearly twisted my arm off to stop by a wheat field. IView full post »

Day 555 – Hookie

ISO 100, 300mm, f/6.3, 1/1000 sec I played hookie today. This is what it looked liked at the Oregon Sand Dunes near Florence, OR. Nope,View full post »

Day 547 – Happy 4th of July

ISO 100, 24mm, f/10, 7.0 sec Not making it out his year, this was from last year.View full post »

Day 539 – A day for sailing

I didn’t haul my butt at of bed at 3 am this morning for this. I was after this, and this, and this, My friend Jeff called andView full post »

Day 507 – Wisteria Lane

 ISO 200, 50mm, f/7.0, HDR—1/200, 1/3200, 1/800, 1/50 sec I don’t do many HDR photos, but every once in a while I see something thatView full post »

Day 506 – Sheep thrills

ISO 200, 140mm, f/4.0, 1/1250 sec The Northwest Sheepdog Trials were happening today in Scio. Watching the dogs work is fascinating. EachView full post »