Category Archives: Architecture

The bridge

Union Street Bridge Day 22, 2012 One last photo of the Willamette River during the flood.View full post »

The window

Marion Street Bridge, Salem, Oregon Day 21, 2012 I love the architecture of the bridge supports of the Marion Street Bridge. ConstructionView full post »

Cedar Creek Grist Mill

ISO 100, 24mm, f/22, 0.3 sec Originally built in 1876, the mill has survived years of abandonment and boom. Today, it is a fully workingView full post »

Tacoma Narrows Bridge

Tacoma Narrows Bridge I’m sitting here in Tacoma, Washington for a conference. A few weeks ago when my boss asked if I would like toView full post »

The Vista House at Crown Point

ISO 400, 35mm, f/6.3, 30.0 sec I will be the first to admit that early mornings are brutal. I will be the first to admit that I only get upView full post »

A haunting story

ISO 100, 50mm, f/16, 13.0 sec When we moved to Oregon, my daughters were roughly 6 and 4 years old. I remember our first visit toView full post »

584 – Moonlit bay

ISO 200, 32mm, f/16, 30.0 sec Going out to the coast in the summer can be a total crap shoot. We’ve gone out when the weather isView full post »

Day 479 – Save the Gribble Barn

ISO 100, 24mm, f/8.0,  1/80 and 1/1250 sec As I was doing some research yesterday for Dr. Pierce’s barn, I discovered another barnView full post »

Day 478 – Dr. Pierce and his pleasant pellets

ISO 100, 60mm, f/4.0, HDR 1/200, 1/3200,  1/800, 1/50, 1/13 sec Our ambitious adventures had us up and out of the house early thisView full post »

Day 455 – Bloomin’ trees

ISO 100, 47mm, f/16, 1/20 sec I drove by the capitol mall today to check out the cherry trees and they were in full bloom. I didn’tView full post »

Day 412 – Neither rain nor hail…

ISO 100, 24mm, f/11, 1/8 sec. nor sleet nor snow will make me forget that spring is just around the corner. Our weather was a completeView full post »

My best photos of 2010

I took a lot of pictures in 2010. I was motivated by doing the photo a day project. It wasn’t so hard to narrow my ten best imagesView full post »