Trillium Lake Stars

Some people have a strange idea of fun.  For me it’s all about staying up for over 24 hours to spend the night on a Mountain watching and photographing the stars. The clear skies and new moon last night called for a bit of a star party! Here’s the night sky over Mount Hood and Trillium Lake. (Click on the image to see a larger version).

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Rosa

Really fun shoot with Rosa this week! It’s amazing how a small bit of creative lighting can turn a plain ol’ Oregon woods into an enchanted forest!

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Rani – David Douglas High School

Here are some shots of Rani – a recent graduate of David Douglas High School in Portland, Oregon. I had the privilege of photographing Rani and her sister Karen (you can see shots of Karen and the two of them together in recent blog posts below). Click the images to see larger versions.

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Karen – David Douglas High School

Here are some shots of Karen – a student at David Douglas High School in Portland, Oregon.  I had the privilege of photographing Karen and her sister Rani (you can see shots of the two them below and Rani above).

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A Man and His Dog

Here’s a shot of Ian and his energetic springer spaniel, Lucy. Ian is a fly fisherman and a leader with the Northwest Steelheaders Association. My portrait of him will be published in an upcoming issue of “The Drake,” a popular flyfishing magazine.

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Light at the end of the Tunnel

Yesterday I spent the day hiking along an abandoned railroad corridor along the Salmonberry River in the Tillamook State Forest. We happened upon a tunnel – inside it was pitch black and you found yourself literally staring at the light at the end. I set my camera on a tripod and tool a series of seven exposures which I later merged. My ever photogenic dog, Cookie, managed to stay still through all seven of them! This image is the result.

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