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Downtown, Arcade 6-2-2013 :

Downtown, Arcade 6-2-2013

SportsandMore

Updated: Jun 04, 2013 5:07am PST

Columbia River Gorge : Phil has returned home for a few months, so we decided to go camping.  Our destination was Ainsworth State Park in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon.  It truly is a waterfall lover's dream, and I barely scratched the surface!  The weather report was hopeful, it was supposed to be overcast for the majority of our time there, but the sun made a good showing and cut down a lot of my shooting time.  I will definitely visit the area again in the near future!   Things of note, the falls are really raging so expecting to get an image without water droplets on your lens is nearly impossible.  Also, the exit for Multnomah Falls is in the center of the highway, and the trails run right along it as well.  There is a lot of noise from the passing traffic, so if escaping to a quiet location is your goal, this is not the place to go!  It is rather beautiful though, so well worth the visit.  Trip number 2 to the gorge was hopeful as well, but this time it rained so much that we ended up leaving a day early.  I don't mind hiking in the rain, but it was non stop and rather miserable!!  Oh well, I will try again!!!

Columbia River Gorge

KoziPhoto

Phil has returned home for a few months, so we decided to go camping. ...

Updated: May 29, 2013 3:05pm PST

Mt. Rainier-Oct. '09 #3 : Kudos to my husband who called me yesterday early in the morning to suggest I head up to the mountains.  I knew it was one of the few days when it wasn't going to snow or rain up there, so off I went.  I have always said that Grand Teton NP is my favorite place on earth, and it is!  Having said that, I have to say that Mt. Rainier is rivaling that statement with all of it's spectacular beauty!  I headed up to Tipsoo Lake first, and found it covered in snow.  If you remember my pics from last Saturday, it was still full of fall color, so winter happens quick up there!  On the way down to Stevens Canyon, I spotted a beautiful fox, who stuck around long enough for me to capture some images of him.  After that, I headed toward Paradise, only to find the road closed.  I was disappointed, but opted to take the Grove of the Patriarchs trail eastern side, and was rewarded for my choice!  Temp going in-40 degrees, coming out-27 degrees!  Not too cold for me, but with the upper elevations and less oxygen, your lungs sure do feel it!  You won't hear me complain though, I'll be back for more!!

Mt. Rainier-Oct. '09 #3

KoziPhoto

Kudos to my husband who called me yesterday early in the morning to su ...

Updated: May 29, 2013 3:03pm PST

Mt. Rainier Jan. 2011 : This gallery has a combination of photos from last week and this week.  One of the things I love about Mt. Rainier is that it is different every time you venture into the park.  I never tire of the views and wildlife and  escaping the city!  The first 5 images are from last week when there was more snow on the trees.  This week we got to experience the amazing lenticular clouds that form over the mountain.

Mt. Rainier Jan. 2011

KoziPhoto

This gallery has a combination of photos from last week and this week. ...

Updated: May 29, 2013 3:00pm PST

Mt. Rainier Sept 2011 : Inspiration has been low for me this year.  With our Summer running a month and a half behind, there were no wildflowers to be photographed in July and August.  When summer did arrive, it came with clear blue skies and sunshine.  We know as photographers that this is SO boring to photograph in!!  The other day I received my latest Outdoor Photographer magazine, and I finally received the inspiration I so desperately needed.  Star trails under a full moon in which to light up the landscape.  Last night just happened to be a full moon, so I drove up to Paradise to the perfect spot at the top of Myrtle Falls.  After spending a few hours entertaining myself and the wildlife, I took a nap in my truck and headed back out at sunrise.  The curse still continues, the sun rose up through some clouds which diffused the warm glow that we love.  By the time it broke free of the clouds, it was too harsh to continue shooting.  I headed home at that point, and much to my surprise when exiting the park, the skies were gray and misty.  I found some of the drama I was looking for, so stopped at  local farms to capture a few images.  Inspiration is the key, keep it coming Outdoor Photographer!!!

Mt. Rainier Sept 2011

KoziPhoto

Inspiration has been low for me this year. With our Summer running a ...

Updated: May 29, 2013 2:55pm PST

Cascade HWY : Phil and I decided to take a mini trip before he goes out to sea again, so we decided to head up to Picture Lake and check on the wildflowers.  Well, when we got there, everything was still escaping winter's grasp, so no wildflowers to report as of yet.  We took the boys for a hike and they were in heaven.  The next day we decided to head up to Diablo Lake in the Ross Lake Recreation Area, and that drive was stunning.  The lake is amazing, photos just don't do it justice!  I haven't been in that much awe of an area since Crater Lake!  Well worth the drive, and the hiking is great too!

Cascade HWY

KoziPhoto

Phil and I decided to take a mini trip before he goes out to sea again ...

Updated: May 29, 2013 2:47pm PST

Soldiers and Sailors 5-27-2013 :

Soldiers and Sailors 5-27-2013

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Updated: May 28, 2013 6:03am PST

Cleveland Monster Jam 2013 : You can also see shots from this event on Monster Jams website...
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Cleveland Monster Jam 2013

SportsandMore

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Updated: May 27, 2013 7:12am PST

Whiskey Island 5-24-2013 :

Whiskey Island 5-24-2013

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Updated: May 25, 2013 1:57pm PST

Forts Sumter & Moultrie : Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie in South Carolina.Fort Sumter is where the Civil War began on April 12, 1861, when Confederate artillery opened fire on this Federal fort in Charleston Harbor. Fort Moultrie was in operation for 171 years from 1776 during the Revolutionary War to a few years after World War 2 in1947. The fort was rebuilt several times during its history. Today Fort Moultrie has been restored to portray the major periods of its history.

Forts Sumter & Moultrie

DennisM

Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie in South Carolina.Fort Sumter is where t ...

Updated: May 24, 2013 7:43am PST