This is a continuation from the Tulip for Days along with a shot of the Olympic Mountains from Bremerton, WA. This shot taken right after sunrise, cloud cover made for dramatic sky’s. Mt… Continue reading
Everything has such a nice glow right before the sun goes down A prized catch People enjoying the nice evening, Mt. Rainier in the background Three beached tugboats A small bouquet with a… Continue reading
Caught this before the clouds came over A ray of sun Snow Monsters Icicles with a touch of color
Stars at the camp site, similar to an earlier post except this is only a 4.7 minute exposure. Lone man fishing in his secret fishing hole. Crystal clear water from the snow packed… Continue reading
Sunrise on the Brother’s. I turned around looking for another lens and almost missed this shot. This happens within seconds. A little later on the Brother’s A wide angle shot of the Eastern… Continue reading
Captured this Raven in a white-out at Hurricane Ridge, Olympic Mountains, WA. The Raven seldom flapped his wings as he glided through the wind and snow. Its amazing how they adapt to their… Continue reading
This was a spectacular sunset and I caught the very end. Stagnate air allowed pastel colors to affect sunset. SMC-Tak 50/1.4 @ f/11, 1/4sec, ISO-100, +2comp Large Russian fires affected sunset in Washington… Continue reading
These are images from a photo fieldtrip to The Palouse located in Northwestern United States, Southeastern Washington. This area was voted as one of the top 10 scenic places in the US. The… Continue reading
Captured this looking east between the Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges. This is Washington’s highest peak at 14,411′ (4392m). Shot this with a 300/4 lens @ f/29, 1/3sec, ISO-100.
View of the Olympic Mountains from Bremerton. Shot with a Pentax K-5 with a Fujinon 55/1.8 lens. I was on a traffic bridge, had a little shake on the bridge.