Category Archives: Pacific Northwest

My New Year’s challenge to you

Pete    If you have followed me lately, you know that we had a bit of a rough patch. Between November 12 and December 19 our dogs had oneView full post »


Timber    It has been a long and productive week. I’m always delighted to see the week end, but this one feels really good.View full post »

2013 WillaMutt Strut

If you are on a mobile device, you can view my Mutt Strut video here. I am so happy to say that I will be donating $200 to the WillametteView full post »

Some days I love a good landscape

Cape Kiwanda When we were out at the coast Saturday night, I looked up as the sun was setting and the massive rocks at the end of the capeView full post »

My model T – moonstruck

Timber Day 240, 2012 I have a bucket list. Photos that I want to try and of course succeed with. One of them includes a full moon, theView full post »

Tide coming in

Timber Day 210, 2012 When we go out to the beach, I like to go when the tide is on it’s way out. The reflections are always betterView full post »

My model T – sunset surprises

Timber Day 184, 2012 I have learned that predicting sunsets is nearly impossible. I can watch the weather all day, watch the cloud coverView full post »


Roscoe Day 94, 2012 It was a fabulous day in the Pacific Northwest. Blue skies and sun. We quickly decided that it was a day for a trip toView full post »

Winter to spring

Day 60, 2012 It is March 1 in the Willamette Valley. By this time, we are looking forward to flowers and rain, lots of rain. This morningView full post »

Tropical Oregon

Cape Kiwanda at twilight Day 38, 2012 I’m sure it comes as no surprise that if I could only shoot once a day that I would pick justView full post »

Room with a view

Cape Kiwanda Day 37, 2012 There is no doubt where Oregonians go when the weather is nice in winter. We head straight for beach. Some go forView full post »

Beach dogs

Tanner Day 35, 2012 Whenever we arrive at the beach, I do two things first. I check to see the where the high water mark is for the tideView full post »