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Tag Archives: winter
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.
Our recent snow/ice storm has finally begun to melt today, with mixed rain and snow hammering away and the frozen mess. While it wasn’t a good week for commuting or electricity, even adversity such as this provides great photographic opportunities. … Continue reading
With just 11 days of winter remaining, I’m clearing out the snowy shots. This one taken from the broadcast studio of KAOS-fm radio, the station that broadcasts my show Spin The Globe every Friday morning. Yes, along with photography, I … Continue reading
Trees on the campus of The Evergreen State College before their annual winter trim. I believe they are linden trees, but in their leafless state — whether pruned or unpruned — they just make me laugh. They do provide a … Continue reading
Fish ladder with ice, Deschutes River. (f/25, 6 sec.)
Detail of ice at Tumwater Falls on the Deschutes River in Olympia, USAFor part 2 (an overview of Tumwater Falls half frozen) click here.
A section of the Deschutes River swirls around islands of ice following unseasonably cold weather in Olympia, Washington. (f/22, 8/10 second, 200mm, on tripod)