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Connections

Connections

The early morning commute in Portland begins.

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Pinnacle

Pinnacle

Hard to believe it’s been over two years since Kendra and I moved to Oregon. I remember our first few months like they were yesterday – the day captured above being no exception. It was a cold and windy day at Cannon Beach but that didn’t stop us from enjoying the remarkably beautiful scenery.

Honestly, I didn’t think I was going to come away with any great photographs when we rolled up on the beach. The sun was all but completely lost behind thick clouds and the light was pretty much as blah as it gets. We waited it out though and as sunset approached, everything changed. The clouds on the horizon dissipated, a bit of sunlight shone through and I had all the drama I needed for a spectacular photograph. The father and daughter walking along the beach near Haystack Rock makes it even better.

It was a great day.

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Mail Storm

Mail Storm

I had just finished setting up this shot when the postal truck rolled up and parked in front of the building at my right. I couldn’t believe my luck as it was the perfect visual anchor for the photograph. Here I thought the dramatic sky was holding all the aces.

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Streaming

Streaming

My favorite time to be at Latourell Falls is winter as you pretty much have the whole place to yourself. It’s not as lush and green as the rest of the year but is still just as beautiful.

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Meanwhile, in Portland

The Pacific Northwest saw its first (and probably only) snowfall of the season this week.  It didn’t stick around for long but those few hours of white were absolutely magical.

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