The other day my iPhone app alerted me of some potential morning color in the sky. So, I planned a morning shoot and figured out what time I’d have to get up to make the sunrise. Well…, per usual I was running a little late. I thought I could still make it in time for some good color but then got stuck behind a school bus while driving through the neighborhood. By the time… Read More
Last month we were treated with a clear sky during the Super-Harvest Blood Moon. If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you know that both of these events are rare. (To explain what a Super-Harvest Blood Moon is I’m going to get a little technical. So, if you feel your eyes rolling towards the back of your head, please skip to the next paragraph before you pass out.) As you know, there is… Read More
The City of Sequim is home to the historic Railroad Bridge Park. This bridge was once part of a bustling railway that ran from Port Townsend to Port Angeles, and then west to connect with many logging railroads. The first train ran across this bridge in July, 1915, and was built by the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St Paul Railway, later called the Milwaukee Road. Most of the cargo that went across this bridge was timber… Read More
(Click on image to go to website.) Liberty Bell Mountain is located in the North Cascades off of Hwy 20 in northern Washington. This was taken from a great little rest stop that had lots of parking, restrooms, and hiking trails. I really liked how the clouds were coming in from behind the mountain and the view of the Highway below added a nice perspective.
I was the lucky recipient of two tickets for a whale watching tour out of my hometown of Port Townsend. This was an all day trip with the Puget Sound Express leaving at 9:00am, stopping in Friday Harbor for lunch, and returning around 5:00pm. I wasn’t sure about the weather that morning as it was quite grey, but it turned out to be a great overcast day with a few sun breaks…. Read More
This was a fun night with a little excitement. When I first got to the beach you could see Mt. Baker in the distance. There were a few people walking on the beach and enjoying the beautiful day. It has been a very mild winter so far up here in the Pacific Northwest. This next image was taken from… Read More
I hope everyone had a great Christmas and a Happy New Year. I traveled down to Northern California to spend the holidays with family and found some time to take a few photos. These images were taken at the Russian Gulch State Park. Again, hoping for a dramatic sunset over the Pacific Ocean, I was met with almost clear skies. However, the waves were around four to five feet at times which… Read More
We had a few days where the fog rolled in so I took the opportunity to go into town and take some photos of the local architecture. If you click on any of the images you will be directed to my website where you can see additional scenes from the streets. It was a great day for photos. The streets were pretty empty and the fog filtered everything with an even light, which made the… Read More
I’ve been posting images that have been mostly green so I thought I’d post something with a little color. This is one of my favorite places. This is looking west over the Straits of Juan de Fuca with Vancouver Island on the right.