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Candace Dyar
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Lived in Seattle, WA
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An image that I finally got around to processing from a recent trip with my wonderful husband Ryan and awesome friend Miles in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. Not a whole lot to say here about this...just that is was one of the most enjoyable evenings I've ever had out shooting, and I feel lucky to have experienced it with some of my favorite people. We definitely lucked out with the weather conditions while we were there, and this was eveni...
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The magical beauty of Falls Creek Falls on a lovely Spring day. This was taken during an enjoyable outing last year with my daughter Belle. We've had a lot of great mother-daughter hikes together and some interesting conversations while out on the trail. I'm thankful that we have this special time to share such deep thoughts with each other and really bond with one another. I had initially been interested in coming away with something from the...
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Wynn Mountain towers above Swiftcurrent Creek in the Many Glacier area of Glacier National Park. I haven't shared anything on here in a little while and thought I'd finally get around to posting something. I'm currently working through a large backlog of images and getting ready to make a big update to my website. This is one of the images I recently finished and I hope that it illustrates the powerful, mystical beauty of this magnificent Nation...
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I think it's safe to say that Spring is officially here in the Pacific Northwest with the mild weather we have been having over the past couple of months. I thought I would add some diversity to my portfolio on here and share an intimate image that I took a few years ago of one my favorite Spring flowers, bleeding hearts. These always remind me of little girls with pink pigtails. Thanks for taking a look. I'm attempting to share this again after...
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A colorful clay pathway contrasts with a stormy, dreary morning out in the Painted Hills of Oregon. A few weeks ago I came to the realization that I recently marked my 10th year living in the great Pacific Northwest. Perhaps it isn't too surprising that I have changed a lot since I first moved here, as many people do over time, and I consider myself to be a completely different person from the young woman I was living back in Ohio a little over...
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"Ghostly Coast"

This was taken on a gloomy, stormy day at Cape Kiwanda last winter. While there was no colorful light to speak of that evening, I thought that the dramatic wave action and misty, spooky sort of atmosphere made for an interesting transfer to black and white. 
Best of viewed on a darker background. Thank you for taking a look.

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Black & white landscape images probably don't receive quite as much attention on here, but I thought I would share this one anyhow. This was taken on a gloomy, stormy day at Cape Kiwanda last winter. While there was no colorful light to speak of that evening, I thought that the dramatic wave action and misty, spooky sort of atmosphere made for an interesting transfer to black and white. Best of viewed on a darker background. Thank you for taking...
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I haven't been over on this site in a little while and thought I should probably give it some attention and add a new image on here. Here is a lovely waterfall nestled somewhere close to Mount St. Helens. I took this image last Spring and was lucky enough to have this area all to myself that evening. Hope everyone is enjoying their Summer so far (in the Northern Hemisphere)! It looks like this weekend should be a great one for some waterfall sh...
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A pathway of golden larches glow as the sunlight briefly breaks through the clouds during a beautiful Autumn morning in the North Cascades. This was such a wonderful fleeting moment that I felt truly lucky to be able to witness and capture. I'm thankful to have this area in my backyard...there is always so much to explore. Unfortunately 500px ruined this one with it's new crappy compression, so feel free to head over to my website (link below) ...
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I'm finally getting around to processing some images from this past Winter and thought I would share one from a week long trip Ryan and I took through Oregon around the holidays. This was taken during the one short 2-3 hour gap where we weren't rained or snowed on. It was an enjoyable, calm evening with very few people around and for a few brief minutes we had quite a nice light show. I am honored to have recently been featured on the naturepho...
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Winter has been almost completely non-existent here in the Pacific Northwest this year. Thankfully, I was able to make it out for a couple of trips to the mountains during the brief amount of time there actually was snow. While many people have welcomed the early Spring weather and cherry blossoms already starting to fade and fall off the trees, I see things differently and wish we would have had more snow (a lot more snow out in the mountains) a...
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i also agree this .But in the pakistan snow is v,v.v.v beautiful places .
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"Entrancement"

The New Year brings a colorful sunset display reflecting in the calm coastal waters during a chilly, but very enjoyable evening along the Oregon Coast. This is one of my favorite coastal locations and I'm looking forward to hopefully returning sometime this Winter.
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The New Year brings a colorful sunset display reflecting in the calm coastal waters during a chilly, but very enjoyable evening along the Oregon Coast. This is one of my favorite coastal locations and I'm looking forward to hopefully returning sometime this Winter. Thank you for taking a look. Follow me on Facebook Prints available on my website: www.candacebartlettphotography.com
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Stunning shot :D
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"The Overlook"

Sunrise approaches Wynn Mountain and the Swiftcurrent Creek area, as viewed from a nearby overlook. A very well-known view in the Many Glacier area of Glacier National Park in Montana. This was my first time scrambling up to this general area and I must say, it really is quite incredible...yet also a bit scary doing it in the dark at 4:30 am before sunrise and running on 3 hours of sleep. I opted for a viewpoint slightly lower the the more commonly photographed scene when I came across this lone tree, which I found to be interesting in appearance. 
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Prints available on my website: www.candacebartlettphotography.com
Sunrise approaches Wynn Mountain and the Swiftcurrent Creek area, as viewed from a nearby overlook. A very well-known view in the Many Glacier area of Glacier National Park in Montana. This was my first time scrambling up to this general area and I must say, it really is quite incredible...yet also a bit scary doing it in the dark at 4:30 am before sunrise and running on 3 hours of sleep. I opted for a viewpoint slightly lower the the more common...
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