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Posts tagged ‘streams’

Summer of Streams; Essentials

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You know it’s getting personal when clients shoot a text before I arrive for housesitting, “FYI: We’re out of creamer.”

Rusty Bottoms

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365 Days of Photography with Day Number 117 and 118…

You picking up on my current theme? Get it, “current” theme? 

Day 117…

©365-118Hard to pass these up.

Day 118…

©365-117I believe this is Neil Creek Falls, although I very well might be wrong. Dad needs to visit this spot.

365 Days of Photography with Day Number 116…

Day 116…

©365-116During this particular course of time, I came upon a unique moss setting. Plush with the posh. I parked my camera upon a cranky stump, imbedded with ferns. It’s the rebellious part in me, leaving the tripod behind. Setting the intentions high.

365 Days of Photography with Day Number 112-115…

Day 112…

©365-112Who loves the sun.

Day 113…

©365-113Oh boy, look what found me. What my walks consist of.

Day 114…

©365-114Roaring dirty.

Day 115…

©365-115Take time; try to find meaning in the meaningless moments.

365 Days of Photography with Day Number 108-111…

Day 108…

©365-108Fluid Paths

Day 109…

©365-109Justin’s Tire Burner

Day 110…

©365-110Fern Hope

Day 111…

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One of my photos is being featured in the January/February issue of 1859 Oregon’s Magazine. It’s the one in the upper right hand corner. I’m very grateful, very appreciative. There’s just one thing: the title is incorrect. It’s not rusty car. While I’m still new to the publishing world, I was asked in an email exchange for a title and description. However, this wasn’t included. It may not seem all that important, but it really is. The caption made the shot.

So, if you’re browsing this mag while standing in line at the grocery store, just remember…

Title: Rusty Rodder

Caption: Somewhere out behind Harmony, Oregon. There’s the homestead, and then the ride. Considering the appearance, it might have been modified by a kid or two from yesterdays era, when the chrome was thick. Captured during a road trip in late October, with Melissa Whitney. Shot in manual, with a Canon 5D Markiii. Two 600ex-rt flashes were used for a tad bit of spunk, giving the rust bucket some well deserved sex appeal. All too common scenes with either my dad or Melissa during weekend getaways just east of here.

365 Days of Photography with Day Number 104-107…

Day 104…

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Day 105…

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Day 106…

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Day 107…

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