Headed home from Walla Walla, Suzi and I made a few stops in the Gorge. The first was Mayer State Park where I’ve taken a few pictures. A group was preparing to paddle to Hood River, a distance of probably eight miles. They were in long, slender kayaks that an online search says are called… Continue reading Scenic Loop
I find it relaxing to edit old pictures. Here are a couple.
Another drive up the Gorge. The colors and weather were different from last time, just a few weeks ago.
Driving to Walla Walla, Suzi and I traveled the historic Columbia River Highway between Mosier and Rowena. I had an ulterior motive: I wanted to stop at Rowena Crest to see another famous longboarding spot with a pretty view. I didn’t expect to see longboarders as this was the weekend for the Fall Freeride at… Continue reading Rowena Crest and Memaloose Overlook
Back through the gorge again, this time headed home. I stopped at Mayer State Park on the way.
An early morning drive up the Gorge for a meeting was a great opportunity to stop at Mayer State Park for a quick picture.
Here, in no particular order, are my ten favorite photos I made in 2015. Interestingly, there is no overlap between my favorite photos and my pictures on Instagram that got the most love.
Traveling up the Gorge to Walla Walla, I took a few detours along the way to snap some shots. Multnomah Falls is always a great stop and today was no exception. The falls were full, taking my breath away just beyond the bridge. I haven’t stopped at Mayer State Park at Rowena for a while.… Continue reading Gorge Views
Last year in late December, we headed up the Gorge to Walla Walla and Dixie for a memorial service. I stopped at Mayer State Park to take another picture where I’d taken a couple previously. “We don’t yet see things clearly. We’re squinting in a fog, peering through a mist. But it won’t be long… Continue reading B&W photo challenge, day 2
Another family trip up the Gorge, a quick stop at Mayer State Park. I imagine this spot is beautiful in the early morning.