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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
If you’re in one of the areas currently experiencing winter storms (or, in the southern hemisphere, summer flooding), you probably aren’t concerned so much with high tides. But being here at the end of one of the Pacific Ocean’s fingertips, … Continue reading
A beautiful sunny morning, and I find myself wandering along the shore of Budd Inlet with my camera. You know, photos of birds, the water, nature. But then, there’s also an abandoned tank-building factory nearby, essentially three oversized corrugated metal … Continue reading
Ebb tide / sunrise / Budd Inlet.
Sunset over Budd Inlet (aka the Salish Sea) in Olympia WA.Panoramic shot stitched from several separate images.
One of my favorite spots to catch great water reflections is at the very southern tip of Puget Sound — the place where Budd Inlet meets the Deschutes River (well, the outflow from Capitol Lake). Depending on the weather, the … Continue reading
Took a stroll about an hour after sunset along Olympia’s Percival Landing, and the calm waters and waning light over the Olympics were simply enticing. A reminder that the night is a great time for photography.