One Saturday in North Dakota

Some images from my day of aimless wandering - lovely landscapes and lots of dirt roads.

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Lassen Volcanic National Park – Part 2: The Cinder Cone

Another place in the park that hardly anyone visits is The Cinder Cone. While Lassen Peak itself last erupted a mere 100 years ago, this volcano has been quiet for about 400 years. A blink of an eye in geological time. Lassen and the surrounding mountains make up the southern-most end of the Cascade range.... Continue Reading →

European Vacation 2015

Will it be shocking to admit I'm a uni-dimensional photographer? Yeah, I can hear you all gasping and muttering that it can't be so. It's not as if I don't admire or appreciate other forms of photography, like the shots below, but that I really don't enjoy cities. They're loud, crowded and smell awful. Lots of people... Continue Reading →

Beyond Human Scale

One of the big reasons I wanted to go to Northern California is to experience the redwoods. Sure, I'd been in forests in Big Sur. Alfred Molera and Garapatta State Parks, but those groves, while precious, are small and made up of all new growth. I wanted the big forests and if I got lucky,... Continue Reading →

Crater Lake National Park

In September, my husband and I headed to southern Oregon on vacation. We'd never been there before and our modus operandi is to find an area that interests us and find out what we can see and do in that area. Southern Oregon has a lot to do and see and I think we tried... Continue Reading →

I’m Back

Didja miss me? Yes it's true. I'm a bad blogger. Autumn is almost over (well photographically speaking) and I haven't posted ONE shot yet. Haven't even posted anything from my California trip either. Considering I was inspirationally and creatively pooped out was part of the problem. Several times I didn't even bother taking the camera... Continue Reading →

Ohio Weekend

Hey all.  I haven't posted in a while, but today I'm back with some shots from last weekend when my husband and I flew to Ohio to spend a weekend with some friends.  It wasn't a photography trip per se, but I did shoot a little bit.  We visited Killbuck Marsh which is a very... Continue Reading →

It’s the little differences

Ah that famous scene in Pulp Fiction where Vincent enumerates the little differences between the US and Amsterdam.  I had a similar experience recently and no, it didn't involve Burger King either. As you've probably gathered by now, I practically live in the woods. It started when I was a kid.  No amount of fairy... Continue Reading →

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