A Painted Sky
This sunset in June looked as if the sky had been brushed with a paint brush in a vibrant red color.
This was taken on an early December morning and it was one of the most colorful sunrise I have seen.
I came across this barn outside the Brush Prairie area and instantly loved it.
As the snow melted the low lying mist created some unique and interesting scene's. I was able to capture this one near Hockinson.
These flowers were some of the brightest I have come across and the yellow and orange made them stand out against the green back ground that surrounded them. I came across these flowers at a community garden that is associated with Brush Prairie High School in Brush Prairie WA.
These windmills are just above the Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale WA, just outside of Maryhill, WA. I took this photo while driving down I-84 on my way to Utah in late August.
Japanese Maples are some of the most unique and beautiful trees, each with their own twisted patterns of spreading branches. This one was glowing with a beautiful red and orange with a gorgeous canopy.
I came out of Costco on Tuesday evening and there it was, the most stellar sunsets I have seen! This was actually only half of the picture I shot. It was amazing to watch unfold!
This amazing turquoise tailed Dragonfly stopped right in front of me on a branch of a tree that was already full of tremendous orange and red leaves which made for such a beautiful back drop and gave this Dragonfly pink wings, at least in this picture.
Mt. Hood Summer Nights
The sunset and colors were just right on Monday evening.