Another flight, another opportunity to take pictures out the plane’s windows. When I posted this picture to Instagram and Facebook, my friends confused seat 1A with first class. Unfortunately, that’s not the case on the Embraer ERJ 145.1
Q: What do Oregonians call a sunny day after two days rain?
Although this applies today, who am I to complain? Today is beautiful!
Yesterday, Ashley, Heather and I went to Orenco for frozen yogurt. Mmm… We walked to look closer at the construction near the Max station and inspect the crane. Walking back, we paused to enjoy the blossoms on the trees.
I dropped Suzi off at the airport earlier this week. Headed back to the short term parking garage, I crouched down to take a shot.
I spent Wednesday through Friday in Folsom with my team. Flying home on the “nerd bird,”1 I caught the setting sun.
A couple of weeks ago, I posted a picture of a couple oaks bordering a field. I returned the next day to take another picture. This last week, one of the oaks fell victim to a feller.
Update. Mom emailed to ask why the oak was felled. I reviewed my pictures, including one I took the morning after the first picture, which clearly shows the oak as severely damaged. In fact, even the first picture shows the damage.
We like to visit the rhododendron garden in spring. Last year, we visited mid-April.1 This year, with unseasonably warm weather, trees have started blooming here in Hillsboro. As the garden doesn’t charge admission until the first of March, today seemed a good day to visit.
Although there were not many rhododendron blooms, the garden was still beautiful. I took a few pictures, but this was the only one worthy of sharing. Suzi took pictures, too, and ended up with many more to share. Jamison is showing her how to post them on Facebook and Instagram.
Mousse also enjoyed the visi–squirrel!!
I guess we’ll have to go twice this year. ;-)
Springlike weather has awakened the croci.
Riding home through Dawson Creek Park, I stopped to admire some clouds.
This picture is currently my desktop image, blog background, and Facebook and Twitter header images.
After taking the picture of the oak tree, I left my camera hanging on its strap around my neck as a continued biking home. Wouldn’t you know, I had to stop for a red light. So I did what I normally do with my camera: take a picture of a pole.