Posts Tagged ‘Sauvie Island

24
Feb
19

rookery…

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18
Feb
19

we have lift off…

“The best traveler is one without a camera.” Kamand Kojouri (Nonsense!)

25
Jan
18

passing by…

Tundra Swans over Sauvie Island, near Portland, Oregon

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26
Nov
17

turning inward or outward…

This time of year tends to make me turn inward, even with the holidays. I imagine it is the lighting. I struggle to turn outward, to explore and keep the doldrums at bay. Photography, fishing and the outdoors help.

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17
Sep
17

solitary…

Warrior Point Lighthouse (built 1889) situated on Sauvie Island along the Columbia River to warn incoming ships of a bedrock reef that juts out from Sauvie Island into the Columbia River. As many as 2000 large cargo ships pass by this small lighthouse into Portland, Oregon each year.

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25
Mar
17

Western Coots…

on an Oregon lake.

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18
Mar
17

Lift off…

Tundra Swans take off from a pond on Sauvie Island (Oregon). Several posts back, I misidentified the large birds as Snow Geese. Snow Geese of black tipped wings and are generally smaller than the all white winged Tundra Swans…both inhabit the island.

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