What a burn... 🌄😍👌 After seeing the aerial views of the gorge following the eagle Creek fire. There is still some green but the ridges are toast but give it time and those areas burned will be restored with wild flowers and green again. #sunset#stunning
I normally don't like pictures of myself but here is a self portrait of myself at the stunning Pittock Mansion viewpoint overlooking the city lights of Portland. I was happy to have gone to this great viewpoint on my last few days in Portland before I moved out. Can't wait to get back out there and soak in those city lights. #pittockmansion#selfportrait#cityscape#bokeh
This past week has been absolutely crazy. Let me start off by saying THANK YOU for 10k.😱 I started this account a year and a half ago and NEVER in a million years think I would get this far. I've met so many amazing individuals who have all inspired me to try new styles of photography. Today was also a super big day. I passed my DMV driving test the first try AND I nailed an interview for my first real job! It's so hard adulting... 😵😂
Seasons are a changing... fog and mist rather than smoke and smog. Crisp clean air with cool breezes. Colorful sunscapes with cloud trials and foliage turning to warm tones. Heck yes this is the Oregon I look forward to each year.
Image taken a couple weeks ago at Jonsrund point the day after we had a few hours of evening rain in pdx. Woke up early to see if I can capture some evidence of fall. Was happy to see fog gliding thru trees in the Mt Hood forest.