If all goes according to the plan, I’ll be on my way to Buenos Aires this evening, the first leg of a journey to Antarctica. I expect to be totally disconnected from the Internet for the next 20 days, which means tI won’t be posting anything or visiting the sites of fellow bloggers during that time. Also, I won’t be able to reply to any comments until I get back. Hopefully, I’ll have something interesting to share when I return. In the meantime, here are few images to put us all in the mood for the cold weather.
Sunrise, Vermilion Lakes, Canada
Fresh Snow, Banff, Canada
Clearing Storm, Mount Rainier
Morning Light, Crater Lake
I am pleased to announce that a solo exhibition of my images is now showing at the Cherrydale Library of the Arlington, Virginia Public Library System. The thirteen images feature a retrospective of works from the western states of Oregon, Washington, and California. More information about the exhibit can be found at the Arlington Library website. Many thanks to Greg and Suzanne Embree who curated and installed the exhibit. I am pleased with how it turned out. For those living nearby and might be interested in seeing the show, the hours of the Cherry Library are posted here. The exhibit will be up until October 6, 2014. Here are two images from the exhibit:
Clearing Storm, Yosemite Valley
Photographed from Tunnel View on May 9, 2013, shortly after a robust thunderstorm had passed through the valley.
Christine Falls, Mount Rainier National Park
This is the second of two cascades that comprise Christine Falls. This cascade is about 40 feet high and is found along the entrance road leading to the Paradise Visitor Center. Photographed on July 28, 2013.