Looking back at another favorite. Who knew it would take so long to get the orange sky and blue waves to work together and not turn into a muddy mess?
Thank you to all of you that bought prints yesterday! Another reminder that you can get 20% off prints with the code MERRYANDBRIGHT until tonight at 11:59 EST!
Tumalo Falls Loop takes you past Tumalo Falls, Doulble Falls, Upper Falls, North Fork Falls, and Spring Creek Falls. The 89 foot falls along Tumalo Creek is one of the tallest and most beautiful waterfalls in Central Oregon. ⠀
Check out this trail using the link in our bio!
Next up, I would like to introduce Joyce Allen-Coffman! 🎉
Joyce received her broker’s license in 2012 to work for Ellison Team Homes as a transaction coordinator, and decided in 2015 to start selling. Joyce and her husband John have 6 kids and one grandson, they enjoy spending time with their family and friends💛
We weathered the traffic and freezing cold to ride the train at the zoo. Worth it? You try 😬
One of us is a born dancer. One of us can’t dance but loves her kids. One of us, the smartest one, is the photographer / cinematographer who has wisely learned capturing the magic keeps her out of frame. The outfit? Yeah- she wore that out to dinner. At a restaurant. Because someone has to “bring the cheer, Mom!”
We wrote our first adventure blog! "Finally, we could see a small patch of yellow hidden between thick patches of fog in the middle of nowhere; we knew we were here – Boardman Tree Farm! Thousands of Poplar trees were lined up in identical rows for as far as the eye could see, it was nothing short of stunning! We had arrived just before sunrise just as scheduled, and used the time before sunrise to quickly scout for locations. Off in the horizon, the sun’s glow became stronger by the minute, prompting us to rush and grab our gear. We knew we didn’t have a lot of time left to prep and get into position before the sun came up. Naturally, Toby was in his element and disappeared into the fog to chase for ‘the shot’. I didn’t see him for another 45 minutes until the sun finally broke over the horizon but one thing was for sure – golden hour had arrived! During the first couple minutes, it felt as if the Earth stood still. The air was crisp and fresh; the sun peaked through the trees as the fog softly wrapped around the trunks; the leaves whimsically danced their way down from the sun-kissed canopy to the yellow covered ground, almost as if we were in another world. We knew we were in our happy place because everywhere we looked, there was beauty which inspired many of our creative photos taken that day..." More - go to the link in profile. •