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Happy Tree Tuesday everyone.
A single set of tracks in fresh snow, leading the way through the forest. Happy Tree Tuesday everyone!
Growing up in the shadow of the Cascade Range, many mountains have played the role of ‘the mountain’ in my life. First it was Mount Rainier, or ‘the mountain’ as everyone in the Puget Sound region refers to it. Its … Continue reading
It has yet to snow in Seattle this winter, but its been mighty cold enough lately. Thankfully the clear sunny skies have prevented such an occurrence. Don’t get me wrong, I like snow, I’d just prefer it to be on … Continue reading
I’ve been experimenting lately with multiple exposure panoramic photographs. These in-camera creations, often referred to as a Holgaramas, allow one to interpret a landscape in ways a single photograph could not. The key is to layer your exposures in such … Continue reading
Even with all the grand trees blanketing the mountain slopes along the lakes edge, I have a hard time taking my eyes away from the dead stump still proudly standing tall in the foreground of the image. Just another testament … Continue reading
Second Beach is a secluded stretch of oceanfront located within the confines of the Olympic National Park. Access requires a two-mile hike through a Sitka spruce filled coastal forest, just long enough to keep the crowds at bay. For those who do … Continue reading
My time with these ancient elders was short. Of course that’s not saying much when you stand before thousand-year-old trees. I could spend my whole life with them and still go unmentioned in their biographies. Just attempting to consider all … Continue reading
The first thing I noticed as I pulled into my site in the Ohanapecosh Campground after a long day of hiking on Mount Rainier this past July was this burned out tree. Its charred and gutted remains the only sign … Continue reading