Walking to the mailbox, I noticed this tree reflected in a puddle.
Yeah, I’ve posted a pile of pictures of fall leaves this year. Going through my pictures earlier this evening, I found this one that I took later in the day last week. The tree doesn’t look like this anymore. After a weekend of wind and rain, the leaves are pretty much down, blown into the… Continue reading Fall tree
Looking out the front window, I saw the setting sun backlighting the Japanese maple leaves. I love this time of year when the sunrise and sunset are at “normal” hours.
Standing in my back yard, watching the Breitling Jet Team practice, I snapped a picture of a dead tree in the green space. Pictures are where you find them.
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.
Walking around Dawson Creek Park, I found this tree budding by a newly plowed field. By the way, I learned something useful writing this post. Since joining Instagram, I have wanted to post my Instagram pictures on my blog. I find the Instagram editor to be simple to use. It also makes what I can… Continue reading Rebirth
Q: What do Oregonians call a sunny day after two days rain?A: Monday. Although this applies today, who am I to complain? Today is beautiful!
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… Continue reading Oak felled
I returned to the oak today.
Bicycling home from work this evening, I watched the clouds over my shoulder. At the old oak tree across from the airport, I stopped to take a picture.