The Kyrping Campground was a beautiful spot to stay… but one resident seagull really didn’t like me! Read all about it in this photostory!
Can you believe it?? I actually forgot to post this yesterday! I feel so silly; I hope you’ll forgive me.
I also did not post as much to Instagram this week as I had originally intended. As you know, I’m moving away from Instagram and more toward 500px – though I didn’t post much there this week, either. Summertime gets really busy!
Considering this shift in platform, I’m thinking about changing the name of these weekly recaps. Do you think I should call them “This Week on 500px” (TWO5)? Or should I come up with something more creative? (more…)
As I mentioned before, I’m switching up my schedule, moving these previously-Friday posts to Mondays. Some wistful scenery from distant locations should start your week off well 🙂
With the move, this also means I have a couple of extra pictures this week; I’m sure you won’t mind.
Boy, this week was really tough to sort!
This first one was from the train in Alaska. I passed almost the entire ride standing between the cars, braving the rushing wind to capture as much of the passing landscape into pixels as I could.
There’s a magic to elk first thing on a wintery morning
Re-acclimating to civilization
Welcome to the new year! I’m excited to see what it brings.
For this first week of 2018, I have some fun scenes. First, a few from Alaska.
The mist and fog in Denali National Park was breathtaking. Photos simply can’t do it justice. It was too much to see the Great One, itself, but it sure made the scenery beautiful.
Bears and bears and bears, oh, my!
Happy Friday, and welcome to almost the last post of the year! I still have one more weekly challenge for this year, but this is the last full week. Do you like these Instagram reviews?
This first image was from our cliffside discovery on the Oregon coast. We were so awed by this day, and I can’t wait to discover similar secrets of the Oregon shoreline.
Happy holidays, everyone! We’re so close to my favorite holiday of the year: Christmas. For us, it’s a time of coming together with family I only see once a year, eating far too much of my mother’s amazing cooking, boisterous laughter over drinks and games, and the excitement of seeing someone unwrap a lovingly-prepared gift. I wish you all a very happy Christmas, even if you don’t celebrate it. I hope the holidays bring much joy, fun, and relaxation 🙂