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along the columbia

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    The Columbia, at night

    November 6, 2016

    Shot on a beautiful–and surprisingly calm–evening along the Columbia River in Woodland, Washington. The glow is from the Tacoma/Seattle area, the next great metropolis, after Portland, to the north. (I posted this on Instagram, but the small…

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    rain in the valley

    April 7, 2013

    Went out into the Gorge yesterday with Duncan. As has been the case lately, we spent a good amount of the day dodging rain. That said, there’s a lot of green out there — spring will…

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    sunrise, hood river overlook

    April 1, 2013

    I’ve been shooting this vista for a couple of years now, and have long wanted to get out there at sunrise. I’ve had this mental image of the sun kissing the tops of the trees in…

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    point of view {2}

    January 13, 2013

    Sunset out at the Women’s Forum overlook out in the Gorge. It was about 30°, although thankfully there was no wind. (Same place as this photo, a few months back.) Shot with the Sony RX1, a…

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    sunflowers, sauvie island

    September 23, 2012

    Lee and I made our annual trek over to Sauvie Island today, to hike around a bit, soak up the fall atmosphere, and to grab the first pumpkins of autumn. We ended up, as we always…

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    dusk along the Columbia

    May 6, 2012

    There was no “super moon” for +Brian Matiash and I last night on the Columbia, just the gorgeous blue of dusk after a long day wandering from Portland to Hood River and back. I’ve just started…

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    sauvie fog {3}

    May 3, 2012

    I keep coming back to the set of images shot along the Columbia River, off of Sauvie Island, in January. They have been represented here on the blog twice so far: in Sauvie Island Fog and…

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    in the mist

    April 27, 2012

    I’ve spent a fair amount of time recently shooting in the rainy climes of Portland and the Gorge. I’ve always been ok with carrying my camera around in less-than-ideal weather conditions, but I wouldn’t say that…

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