Product placement shot. It wasn’t easy trying to get both watch faces to be completely free of glare.
Portland International Airport at the Golden Hour. Not a bad way to see the airport if you have a 600mm lens. One plane is just about to land and the other is mid-taxi to take-off.
Hanging with the birds. It’s hard to soar like an eagle when you’re stuck around terns.
48 hours in bed. Yikes. Well, at least I’m comfortable and on the rebound. Back to work.
Home, sick with a fever and a frequent visitor to the window feeder. Thanks for keeping me company humbird.
Gasworks Park, Seattle. The sky never turned less than gray but the color of the park popped against the skyline.
Vanishing point pier. Don’t eat. Don’t drink. Don’t have fun.
Fishtank Friday! While visiting a friend in Seattle, I couldn’t resist staring at this microcosm of serenity.
It’s Springtime in Portland! The cherry blossoms are in bloom and will peak in the next few days. Love this time of year as everything starts growing at a crazy pace, pollen fills the air, and birds are in constant song. I’ll definitely be posting some more cherry blossom photos in the next couple of weeks as the blooms complete and the petals fall like snow. Stay tuned to this blog.
Prizes for the Ride Report Rollout Contest!
Yes, it’s yet another blue sky, but so someone living in Portland it is a screaming ball of fire that brings strength and life back to the Pacific Northwest. I especially like the lens-flare caused by STARING AT THE SUN.
Practical, workhorse, and thing of beauty.