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Gary Randall
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Lives in Brightwood, Oregon
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Weeping Eagle Falls, Eagle Creek, Oregon.

One of my favorite places in the world.

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+Nate Parker Thanks bruddah!! :D  
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Upper Sandy River near Mount Hood, Oregon. 

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Epic light!
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Please go check out my good friend +Tom Kualii . His work is amazing. 

Also go check out his web site. If you're in Hilo on the Big Island go say hello. http://www.extremeexposure.com/ 
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Thanks Gary. 
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Just a note to let you know that my Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm workshop April 13th is filling up. This will be a fun one. http://www.gary-randall.com/products-page/workshops/wooden-shoe-workshop/ 

If you are interested at all in learning some of the techniques that I use in my photography, this is a very good way to do it. I will be teaching how to get the shots in the field, everything from wide angle landscape techniques to macro photography methods. We will have a brief processing seminar afterward. 

This is a great deal for those that are on a budget. Like my Eagle Creek event, I suspect this one to fill up soon. Seats are limited. Sign up asap. 

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Damn! It's so great!!! Unbelievable..
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Any one have any interest in a John Day River Float Photography Workshop?

June 14,15,16, 2014 

With Gary Randall and Little Creek Outfitters

If so, read on:

On the water:
40+ miles of water will be covered in 3 days and stopping off at key points of interest the entire way while a designated gear boat with 2 staff members packs and moves camp approximately 12-15 miles per day.

At the camps:
The dinning room sits under the shade of Junipers groves along with the kitchen. All meals are provided except breakfast the first morning and dinner the last evening. We do not provide alcohol. All meals are warm, hearty and skillfully made. Your provided camping accommodations are four season tents. These double occupancy tents are supplied with cots and sleeping pads. We set up at camp a toilet and its own privacy tent. The hand washing station is always available.

We practice no trace camping and pack everything out with us.

Running over 500 miles, the John Day is the second longest free-flowing stream in the United States. It is protected as a “Wild and Scenic” river under Oregon Scenic Waterways Act. The country is characterized by steep basalt canyon walls, juniper, and sagebrush dotted hills, abandoned homesteads, and petroglyphs. This is one of the most culturally rich river corridors in the state.

Human presence in this system spans more than 10,000 years. For thousands of years the Northern Paiute lived on this river they called the Mah-Hah (fish of plenty). In 1805 these canyon dwellers met their first Europeans, the Lewis and Clark expedition. In 1812, the river was renamed the John Day after one of the members of the Astor-Hunt overland party. It was the discovery of gold in 1860 that advanced pioneer settlement. The John Day River is truly the Grand Canyon of Oregon. 

This John Day Photo workshop trip is a multi-day rafting, camping, and photography adventure. You will spend 2 nights and 3 days on the river covering over 40 miles. Whether you are an experience rower or brand new we will be sharing the duties of rowing the rafts that are provided for you. This river is the ultimate river for a starting rower with no rapids of consequence.

The scenery includes meandering river scenes, basalt formations, historic sheep cabins, turn of the last century farming equipment, Pictographs, and Petroglyphs, and big starry skies! The wildlife is abundant including frequent sightings of Mule Deer, Big Horn Sheep, including the infrequent sightings of Bob Cats, Cougars, and Coyotes that also exist. Many species of migratory birds, upland game birds, and birds of prey will be seen daily.

Camps are set-up each day by our baggage crew as we progress down the river. When you arrive in camp, sit back and relax, have a cocktail, or fish the camp water. Your tent for the night will be set-up and your baggage will be waiting for you. All meals are skillfully prepared streamside by our staff. We take a lot of pride in our meals. We also provide all of camping gear with the exception of your sleeping bag and pillow. We carry all drinking water, however, we don not provide alcohol, you are welcome to bring your own if you desire. Please pack liquids in plastic containers only. Except good wines!!

Rivers and water are the soul of all life on our planet, so please join us in enjoying, marveling at, photographing, and protecting the river as we travel its length. With that in mind, we practice no trace camping. Footprints should be the only clue to our presence after we leave.

Our guides have both CPR training and basic first air certification. We carry a very complete series of first aid kits on each boat, as well as a cell phone for emergencies only. If you have any preexisting medical condition, please let us know in advance (bee sting or food allergies, diabetes, heart conditions, etc.). It is advised that you have a current tetanus vaccination before arrival. When you arrive at the river we will have a boat and river safety discussion. You will be issued a life jacket to be used for the trip. Camp size averages 6 to 10 guests.

$1,000 <-- amazing price!! 

http://www.oregonsteelhead.com/

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My photo is #4 at 500px this morning. :) 

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Awesome feeling isn"t it?
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Wahclella Falls, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon.

This is a vertical orientation of the previous shot that I posted from this location. Not quite as dark.

Some people like only horizontal landscapes. When I shoot a scene 9 times out of 10 I will shoot both but I'm more apt to like a vertical comp shot with a wide angle lens about a foot off of the ground, or the water in this case, when I'm shooting a creek or a waterfall. The line that pulls the view through the shot will come from the top to the bottom in most cases. I like a horizontal orientation in the more wide and less restricted scenes with big skies. Creeks and waterfalls will be shot vertically on most cases.

I hope that you like it. !! 

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Awesome!!
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Light pillars in Central, Oregon.
The light source was a mill about 5 miles away. A light sprinkle of ice was falling from thin air as the stars were showing while it was falling.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light_pillar

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Special Announcement!

Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm will be hosting my next Photowalk/Workshop on the 13th of this month. !! Short notice but seats are limited. Act today if you're interested.  https://www.woodenshoe.com/

http://www.gary-randall.com/products-page/workshops/wooden-shoe-workshop/  

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Any one have any interest in a John Day River Float Photography Workshop?

June 14,15,16, 2014 

With Gary Randall and Little Creek Outfitters

If so, read on:

On the water:
40+ miles of water will be covered in 3 days and stopping off at key points of interest the entire way while a designated gear boat with 2 staff members packs and moves camp approximately 12-15 miles per day.

At the camps:
The dinning room sits under the shade of Junipers groves along with the kitchen. All meals are provided except breakfast the first morning and dinner the last evening. We do not provide alcohol. All meals are warm, hearty and skillfully made. Your provided camping accommodations are four season tents. These double occupancy tents are supplied with cots and sleeping pads. We set up at camp a toilet and its own privacy tent. The hand washing station is always available.

We practice no trace camping and pack everything out with us.

Running over 500 miles, the John Day is the second longest free-flowing stream in the United States. It is protected as a “Wild and Scenic” river under Oregon Scenic Waterways Act. The country is characterized by steep basalt canyon walls, juniper, and sagebrush dotted hills, abandoned homesteads, and petroglyphs. This is one of the most culturally rich river corridors in the state.

Human presence in this system spans more than 10,000 years. For thousands of years the Northern Paiute lived on this river they called the Mah-Hah (fish of plenty). In 1805 these canyon dwellers met their first Europeans, the Lewis and Clark expedition. In 1812, the river was renamed the John Day after one of the members of the Astor-Hunt overland party. It was the discovery of gold in 1860 that advanced pioneer settlement. The John Day River is truly the Grand Canyon of Oregon. 

This John Day Photo workshop trip is a multi-day rafting, camping, and photography adventure. You will spend 2 nights and 3 days on the river covering over 40 miles. Whether you are an experience rower or brand new we will be sharing the duties of rowing the rafts that are provided for you. This river is the ultimate river for a starting rower with no rapids of consequence.

The scenery includes meandering river scenes, basalt formations, historic sheep cabins, turn of the last century farming equipment, Pictographs, and Petroglyphs, and big starry skies! The wildlife is abundant including frequent sightings of Mule Deer, Big Horn Sheep, including the infrequent sightings of Bob Cats, Cougars, and Coyotes that also exist. Many species of migratory birds, upland game birds, and birds of prey will be seen daily.

Camps are set-up each day by our baggage crew as we progress down the river. When you arrive in camp, sit back and relax, have a cocktail, or fish the camp water. Your tent for the night will be set-up and your baggage will be waiting for you. All meals are skillfully prepared streamside by our staff. We take a lot of pride in our meals. We also provide all of camping gear with the exception of your sleeping bag and pillow. We carry all drinking water, however, we don not provide alcohol, you are welcome to bring your own if you desire. Please pack liquids in plastic containers only. Except good wines!!

Rivers and water are the soul of all life on our planet, so please join us in enjoying, marveling at, photographing, and protecting the river as we travel its length. With that in mind, we practice no trace camping. Footprints should be the only clue to our presence after we leave.

Our guides have both CPR training and basic first air certification. We carry a very complete series of first aid kits on each boat, as well as a cell phone for emergencies only. If you have any preexisting medical condition, please let us know in advance (bee sting or food allergies, diabetes, heart conditions, etc.). It is advised that you have a current tetanus vaccination before arrival. When you arrive at the river we will have a boat and river safety discussion. You will be issued a life jacket to be used for the trip. Camp size averages 6 to 10 guests.

$1,000 <-- amazing price!! 

http://www.oregonsteelhead.com/
http://www.gary-randall.com 

#oregon   #oregonphotography   #fishing   #guidedtours   #centraloregon   #johnday   #johndayriver   #flyfishing   #workshop   #photography   #photographyworkshop   #garyrandallphotography   #centraloregon  
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Living in the shadow of Mount Hood and near the Columbia River Gorge in Northern Oregon, Gary is immersed in the scenic beauty of the Pacific Northwest of the United States. He has been a photographer off and on since 1976 when he bought his first Yashica and learned to shoot and develop Tri-X.

Today Gary is a working photographer with a passion for landscape photography, but brings an artistic eye to everything he photographs.

Please visit his web site at www.gary-randall.com
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