You’re in the market to buy a fine art photograph for your home or office but you have no idea where to start. Don’t feel alone. The choices are endless and can be overwhelming.
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“I walked out to the middle of the flat. In a semicircle from left to right Mount Bachelor, South Sister, Middle Sister, the tip of North Sister, and Broken Top Mountains were faintly visible in the predawn light. Clouds slowly moved in from the Southwest. At the same time ground fog began to appear all around me.”Read More
I reached the trail exit point and stopped to consider my off trail route. I wanted to be sure I didn’t create snowshoe prints in what could be my image foreground. So I headed uphill above my target setup area.Read More
I hadn’t been out to take a photograph in over a week. Instead I had spent the last 5 days shoveling snow from a winter storm that dump 35+ inches of snow in Central Oregon. I shoveled the driveway, then the roof, then the driveway, then the roof. The pattern repeated itself for several days. My arms were toast from heaving the snow higher and higher each day.Read More
I turned the car around, admitted my mistake and headed back towards town. The more promising the sky looked the more anxious I got. Had I blown our chance of capturing a stellar sunset?Read More
I’m just back from a 24-hour Mt. Jefferson Wilderness overnight camping trip. It was a whirlwind wow trip. The mountain scenery was stunning. It took more energy than I expected to get there and back but I’m happy with the results.Read More
I arrived at the Dee Wright Observatory atop McKenzie Pass an hour before sunset. The skies looked very promising. North & Middle Sister mountains were prominent on the horizon. Both seemed ready for their 15 minutes of sunset fame!Read More