Tag: fall color

That’s Ochre!

The first time I heard the word ‘ochre’ I was playing scrabble with my mother. When she placed the tiles on the board I laughed and she said, ‘it’s a real word – a color – look it up.’ I was doubtful but gave… Continue Reading “That’s Ochre!”

Traveling the Cascade Loop – Winthrop, Leavenworth, The Enchantments, and Tumwater Canyon

After crossing the North Cascades, with stops at Diablo Lake and Liberty Bell Mountain, I wondered if it could get any better. It did. We spent the night in Winthrop, a small western themed town, then continued south to Wenatchee – the Apple Capital… Continue Reading “Traveling the Cascade Loop – Winthrop, Leavenworth, The Enchantments, and Tumwater Canyon”

Hello October!

October in the Pacific Northwest means peaceful walks along the Cedar River where trees turn the same color as the salmon running in the river. It won’t be long till I see them red and tattered fighting their way upstream. Dropping by for Photo… Continue Reading “Hello October!”

A Fall Walk with a RAW Twist

I took a walk at Coulon Park and despite the rain and milky sky, the fall colors couldn’t have been better. So what’s the twist? For the first time I shot the photos using the RAW image format. And no it was not my… Continue Reading “A Fall Walk with a RAW Twist”

Windshield Art and Shaved Ice

As I pulled out of my driveway I noticed the leaves on my windshield. Windshield art I thought. I stopped by the park at the end of my street where one of the tree tops was a symphony of color. Hawaiian shaved ice I… Continue Reading “Windshield Art and Shaved Ice”

The Fall Colors of Coulon

Fall is in full swing in the Pacific Northwest so I went to see the show at Coulon Park where the trees are alive with color.  I thought you’d enjoy seeing them too! Still sorting through my photos and will bring you my first… Continue Reading “The Fall Colors of Coulon”

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