Monthly Archive: August, 2011

Late Night…

I should be asleep…but instead I was looking back through the summer’s images for a memory or a message. I came across this photo that I had already designated for monochrome presentation during… Continue reading

Is it Fall Already?

This morning I noticed a significant dusting of fresh snow in the mountains behind the Mendenhall Glacier, and there’s no doubt, a chill was in the air. It’s hard to believe how quickly… Continue reading

See it Through

At first I was a bit disappointed that I recorded Corey’s jump into the glacial pool in still images instead of HD video. Even in the relatively bright sunlight, I didn’t use a… Continue reading

A New Adventure

Five years and a couple months after I first gave it some thought, I’m finally about to embark into the world of stock photography. I’m excited, but there’s also a fair amount of… Continue reading


I’ve been reading the twelfth chapter of Romans this week. It’s the one that begins with the line about making yourself a living sacrifice. I guess that’s what I’ve been trying to do… Continue reading

First Impression of a Masterpiece

Though it was by far my longest drive, the trip to the Painted Hills District of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument turned out to be the most rewarding of my mornings… Continue reading

Morning in the Big Flow

The morning after my trip to Smith Rock State Park, another predawn drive took me to the Big Obsidian Flow near Paulina Lake in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument. Even from the car… Continue reading

Not Cool!

My old laptop is, literally, not cool. Its consistently high temperatures have burned through another video card and left me unable to process any more photos for sharing here on the journal. I’m… Continue reading

Rocks in the River

I continue to go to Smith Rock Sate Park looking for the grand view that encompasses the iconic cliffs. There may have been some success in that endeavor this morning, but once again,… Continue reading

Off Again

I’m heading out tomorrow morning to Sunriver, Oregon for a family reunion on Breea’s side. It should be a warm, beautiful, and interesting week. Hopefully there’ll be some time for a little exploration… Continue reading

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