Month: July 2016

The Beauty of Shadows

I love photographing the shadows of any shape and form, especially in early morning or late afternoon when the sun creates “long shadow” making the “selfies” images possible.     Advertisements

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Wave of Wheat

During our recent photo trip to Palouse, Washington, we saw and photographed lots of beautiful wheat fields. In a couple of occasions, the wind picked up and made the incredible “wave of wheat” so I decided to take some short video clips with my Nikon […]

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Palouse, Washington State

The Palouse is the region in northwest US, encompassing parts of southeastern Washington, north central Idaho and even the northeastern Oregon. It is a rich and well cultivated farmland with wheat and other grains as primary plants on the rolling terrains. The views of these […]

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Mountains, Lakes, Creeks and Weeping Wall

In a four-day tour of Glacier National Park that we had planned year ahead gave us a glimpse of the immense and wild landscape of wonderful photographic dimension. We enjoyed the rugged mountain terrain, the peaceful lakes and the incredible waterfalls that lead to the turbulent creeks […]

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Red Bus of Glacier National Park

One special vehicle catches everyone’s eyes on the Going-To-The-Sun Road and anywhere in the Park is the Red Bus. There is a fleet of about 30 buses conducting tour of the Park. These buses were built in the 1930’s by the White Motor Company in […]

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Wildlife of Glacier National Park

We were a bit disappointed not seeing grizzly bear nor black bear and moose but we did encounter mountain goats and big horn sheep near Logan Pass Visitor Center.  Because of excess snow the trail to Hidden Lake near Logan Pass was closed, thus missing […]

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