Harlequin on Hood

Recently, Susan and I headed up to Tollgate Campground to do a little playing around with our new Uderwater housing. Our goal for the trip was just to learn a bit about how the housing functions and what we can do with it. So, most of our time was spent down at the...
Looking within to find gold

Looking within to find gold

Susan and I were returning to a beach with the specific objective of photographing the sensuous undulating rocks we knew were there. It wwas early and I walked past our objective to see what else was around. Before me was a open sandy beach ending in golden sandstone...
Choosing an image

Choosing an image

Recently, I have had a couple of instances that caused me to look back at my images based on a specific species of bird. One was a need for an image of a Short-billed Dowitcher for the ODF&W website. The other was a request for an image of a Black Oystercatcher...
Is Social Media taking the fun out of Photography?

Is Social Media taking the fun out of Photography?

Over the past few months I have found myself wondering about the impact of Social Media on my photography and whether it is taking the fun out of photography. Like a Pavlovian Dog, I sit up and bark when I get a new follower or someone likes my post (ok, that may be a...
Being Happy

Being Happy

I recently came across a quote that I very much liked. I can’t say for sure that it was John Lennon though that was who it was attributed too. The spirit of the message certainly sounds like him and is what I was most drawn toward. “When I was 5 years old, my...
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