Posts Tagged ‘landscape



07
Dec
16

Mt. Hood (Oregon)

looking East from the top of Rocky Butte…new snow in the foothills of the Cascades (a North-South range of mountains that contains Mt. Hood).

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03
Dec
16

Not the usual…

I don’t usually take shots of busy landscapes. The clutter of man is usually avoided. Here I saw the St. John’s Bridge (Portland, Oregon) spanning the Willamette River. Perhaps that would be a shot without the intrusion of the pilings, structures and rope/buoy…but I took in anyway… just because. Photo taken from the abandoned Linnton Plywood Factory.

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30
Nov
16

patient angler…

Deschutes River (Oregon)

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18
Nov
16

bare…

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12
Nov
16

Saluting the sky…

“All the earth colours of the painter’s palette are out there in the many miles of badlands…” Georgia O’Keeffe

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08
Nov
16

Mt. Hood (Oregon)

from the east side near Dufur, Oregon

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08
Nov
16

a wind in our face…

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