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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Overlooking Cape Horn

Cape Horn Overlook, Columbia River Gorge, Washington

Cape Horn Overlook, off Highway 14 along the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge, is a easy spot to get out, stretch your legs and take in the beauty that the pacific northwest has to offer. It is especially pretty in the autumn, when the golden leaves dot the landscape.

Shared On: Little Things; Skywatch; Friendship Friday; Friday Photo JournalScenic Weekends; Sundays in my City

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Dougan Falls

Dougan Falls, Skamania County, Washington

Washougal River's Dougan Falls is amazing! What an awesome spot! It is very, very easy to access and can be viewed right from your car if you happen to travel to it on a rainy day like I did. Despite the consistent downpour, I got out of the car of course. It was not hard to navigate down to the rivers edge to capture the plentiful water that swirled around the base before collecting itself again and heading further downstream.

Shared On: Outdoor Wednesday; Wordless Wednesday; Communal GlobalWater World Weds; Wednesday Waters; Image-in-ing (WW); Create With Joy (WW)Wednesdays Around The WorldFavorite Things

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Streets of Autumn

Tree Lined Autumn Road

During the heavy rains and blustery autumn winds, it does not take long for a tree lined road to be overwhelmed by leaves. This country drive is a perfect example!

Shared On: Monday Mellow Yellows; Our World; Sweet Shot Tuesday; Nature Notes; ABC WednesdayTuesday Afternoon; Maple Hill Hop

Monday, November 16, 2015

Pholiota


Yesterday was very rainy here in the Portland Metro area. However, I had been indoors all weekend and needed to get out, regardless of the constant downpour. We visited Smith and Bybee Lakes in North Portland and enjoyed the totally abandoned trails. We got rained on very heavily, but the raindrops made for awesome macro photo subjects! According to my field guide, this mushroom is most likely a golden pholiota. But as always, because I am never 100% sure, I always err on the side of caution and use a "photograph and don't touch" rule.

Shared On: Macro Monday; I Heart Macro; MakroMontag; Inspire Me Monday; Good. Random. Fun.; Life Thru the Lens; Thorough My Lens