The Daily Photograph: A pleasant little waterfall
When on photo safari, if the command "Stop" is given, the driver will stop the car, or maneuver the vehicle safely back to the point of command. That was the impetus for this picture made somewhere in north central Washington. A pleasant little waterfall on a nice creek.
The Daily Photograph: Carpenter Feed Store
The thing about Country Stores is not only the breadth of product selection is the seemingly random grouping of the products.
The Daily Photograph: Tide Pool, Oregon Coast
The Daily Photograph: Hell's Half Acre, Wyoming
The Daily Photograph: The Labyrinth 61
Over on the right side of this triptych of images is yesterday's pair of doors. The fun part of the Labyrinth photographs was making the physical locations believable only to have the light coming in from seemingly impossible locations. The Labyrinth project is on my website.
The Daily Photograph: Two Ways Out
Another view of the many doorways at Fort Worden. The two doors in this photograph will show up in one of the Labyrinth triptychs. The original premise was I wanted to give the viewer two ways to get out of the image. But that was a little bit too easy...
The Daily Photograph: The Abstract of Concrete
More buried graffiti at Fort Worden in Port Townsend, Washington. I thought these were cosmic jellyfish. I think that's one of the best things about abstract photographs. Abstract photographs let you make up crazy titles.
The Daily Photograph: The Thirtymile Fire
The Thirtymile Fire was first reported on July 9, 2001 in the Okanogan National Forest, approximately 30 miles (48 km) north of Winthrop, Washington. We came upon the Chewuch River valley about seven years later. This photograph was not included in the Elements of Change folio.
The Daily Photograph: Photographing the Wind
We can't see the wind, but we can see what the wind does. In this little cove on an Oregon Beach, the wind swirled and stirred up the sand. In perfect circles, of course.