Posts Tagged ‘landscape

28
Aug
17

vista house on crown point…

up the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon

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25
Aug
17

peaceful…

was it a beginning or an ending? Either way, it was a peaceful setting. Oregon’s East Lake.

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30
Jul
17

big & broad…

Alaska’s landscape never disappoints to make one feel, one’s proper place in life’s challenges. It provides scale; it provides challenges. This was near Glacier Bay.

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17
Jul
17

out there in Oregon…

“There were only two things the old-time cowpunchers were afraid of: a decent woman and being set afoot.”  E.C. “Teddy Blue” Abbott

Ft. Rock in south, central Oregon near Christmas Valley.

08
Jul
17

early riser…

01
Jul
17

shades of life…

dream on……

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21
Jun
17

an old Beech tree & hydrangea…

“A garden should make you feel you’ve entered privileged space — a place not just set apart….”   Michael Pollan, Second Nature: A Gardner’s Education

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