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  1. Willamette Valley

    Willamette Valley

    From Adair Village, OR.
  2. From the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in Washington

    From the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in Washington

    I love to photograph flowers. Shot with my F3 and 85mm Nikkor. Using Kodak film.
  3. Lamar Lightning

    Lamar Lightning

    An autumn thunderstorm skirts Yellowstone's Lamar Valley.
  4. Abu


    This is Abu, the dominant male orangutan in the Danum Valley area near the Borneo Rainforest Lodge. He's estimated to be over 35 years old. During my very short stay in Borneo, we saw six different wild orangutans, which are very difficult to photograph, as they stay high up in the trees most...
  5. Sunrise at Zabriskie Point

    Sunrise at Zabriskie Point

    Sunrise at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park
  6. Comin' Atcha

    Comin' Atcha

    A short-eared owl glides over a Skagit Valley field in search of prey.
  7. Wind Turbine Farm

    Wind Turbine Farm

    Wind turbine farm at the Kittitas Valley Wind Power Project on Hayward Rd. near Thorp, Washington.
  8. Old Barn

    Old Barn

    An old barn in the Kittitas Valley on Goodwin Rd, Thorp, Washington.
  9. The over acheiver

    The over acheiver

    A tulip tries hard to stand out from the crowd at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival.
  10. Death Valley Night

    Death Valley Night

    A "light painting". My shooting buddy held a large incadenscent flashlight off to the left and then "painted" the tree with light - the exposure was approximately 15 seconds.
  11. Edged Tulip

    Edged Tulip

  12. Purple Tulip

    Purple Tulip

  13. Double Tulip

    Double Tulip

    Double Tulip at Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
  14. the wheels

    the wheels

    Some old wheels outside the shop at Snoqualmie Valley Railroad .
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