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A few images from a recent visit to Cross Creek Alpaca Rescue in Tenino, WA, an organization providing homes and care for neglected and abandoned animals (mostly, but not exclusively, alpacas).
How to combat the winter blahs? Photos full of light! This brightly exposed, minimalist image is of a rather past-its-prime highbush cranberry fruit. Definitely helps dispel the gloomy mood of a Pacific Northwest January.
Took time on this cold wintery afternoon to head down to the waterfront and take a series of infrared images. Still working on some of them; this is my favorite so far. I love the way the slow shutter speed … Continue reading
An artist named Scott Woyak recently did a pen-and-ink drawing based on one of my photos. Thought you might enjoy seeing the two works together. The subject is a pig named Pig, who lives near Hood River, Oregon. And here’s … Continue reading
I recently had another opportunity to shoot a Tumbleweed Tiny House — this one is set up on a waterfront property as a vacation rental. Like the previous one, it’s charming and cozy, with many inviting details. Interested in staying … Continue reading
Not a trapeze, but still some fine derring-do from this airborne fabric acrobat at last weekend’s Erev Rav CD release party.