This afternoon a friend and I enjoyed the overcast and sometimes rainy day with a friend’s dog out amongst dogwoods and blackberries. Continue reading
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The journeys of 2014 kept Nicholas and his cameras mostly in the Northwest, and within the environs of Portland, Oregon – but that is for another time. Here we see where he went, what he shared and explored. The roads wind ever onward – to enchanted Oregon forests, deserts, and waterfalls. And to Adirondack high peaks and snow at the beach. I invite you to step in and enjoy where Nicholas’s eye takes you in these pages.
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conversations, a warm environment, abundant samplings of food…. “What is Thanksgiving?” many people ask. This past one, Continue reading
A brief outing out of the city, with the sunshine to the countryside; traipsing through the woods to spy some mushrooms, then arriving at a sandy beach to soak and play with rocks.
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adventure, Backcountry, backpacking, barren, Blast, camping, cliff, destruction, Eruption, fall, forest, hike, lake, landscape, leaves, logs, Mt Adams, Mt Margaret, Mt St Helens, nature, outdoors, Panorama, snags, stars, Tree, trunks, Volcano, weathered, woods
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Honoring those passed last night we made a Dia de los Muertos altar for the ancestors. Many candles, bright colors of flowers and leaves. We placed offerings of fruit, sweets, dinner, and drinks. All afternoon musical tunes of “la llorona” and “calacas” came through the speakers as we created the altar. Names of those passed were shared along with what we recall of them, and their names written and hung on a chandelier of branches above the altar. They had a good party. Now they go off on new adventures!
This year’s Halloween Pumpkin carving gathering was a glowing good time! There were Pumpkins, Knives, Sharpies, spoons, tooth-picks, skewers, katana’s, candles, and just a little creativity too!
My hike up Glacier Ridge towards North Arapahoe Peak was for two things: time with my mom, and a visit to document the current state of the Arapahoe Glacier, oh and to become totally engrossed in the tundra micro landscape… (10 images) Continue reading