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Eric Vogt
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"Sunset Catch"

This beautiful egret didn't mind me taking its photo as it fished while the sun was setting. What a treat to catch this fish being repositioned to go down the hatch head first in this light!
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"Gorton Creek Spring Greens"

Since Martin shared some of his favorite photos taken with his 16-35mm f/2.8 L II lens in his latest podcast, I thought I'd share one of my own taken with this lens, This shot was taken just this spring in the Columbia River Gorge, not far from my home. But unlike Martin, I'll be keeping my copy of this lens still for some time! With so many creeks and waterfalls in my back yard, I need filter threads in front of the lens' front element for a circular polarizing filter when making shots like this that the bulbous front element of the 11-24mm f/4 L lens doesn't have provision for. That said, I'm still jealous Martin!
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"Bittern Calling"

I was treated to seeing and hearing an American Bittern call for the first time this morning at the Ridgefield NWR. Each visit to Ridgefield which shows this bird is a special treat. Even better was sharing the morning here with my good friend +Bruce McCammon.

#Birds #Bittern #Ridgefield NWR
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Plum Blossom Brushstrokes"

Not what I typically enjoy shooting, but I am still fond of this odd photo. These plum blossoms are a little past their peak, and this tree located on the Eastbank Esplanade in Portland, Oregon. The exposure is two minutes long, letting the blossoms on the outer branches leave vibrant pink streaks as the gusty wind blew them and the clouds through this frame. Whether you like this photo or not, any constructive feedback is always welcome.  Thanks in advance!
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"Plum Blossom Brushstrokes"

Not what I typically enjoy shooting, but I am still fond of this odd photo. These plum blossoms are a little past their peak, and this tree located on the Eastbank Esplanade in Portland, Oregon. The exposure is two minutes long, letting the blossoms on the outer branches leave vibrant pink streaks as the gusty wind blew them and the clouds through this frame. Whether you like this photo or not, any constructive feedback is always welcome.  Thanks in advance!
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"Plum Blossom Brushstrokes"

Not what I typically enjoy shooting, but I am still fond of this odd photo. These plum blossoms are a little past their peak, and this tree located on the Eastbank Esplanade in Portland, Oregon. The exposure is two minutes long, letting the blossoms on the outer branches leave vibrant pink streaks as the gusty wind blew them and the clouds through this frame. Whether you like this photo or not, any constructive feedback is always welcome.  Thanks in advance!

#blossom #longexposure   #cityscape   #portlandoregon   #pdx  
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"Wahclella Wave"

I tighter composition from one of my favorite waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge, Wahclella Falls.  This wave in the fast flowing spring runoff really caught my eye, as did the blue colors in the water.  A great morning for a hike to say the least!

Just recently Martin was mentioning on a TWIP podcast episode that he enjoys taking tighter compositions of landscapes.  I can echo these same feelings, and this idea was on my mind earlier today while trying to capture the beauty of this gorgeous waterfall.

Wahclella Falls, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
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"Wahclella Wave"

I tighter composition from one of my favorite waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge, Wahclella Falls.  This wave in the fast flowing spring runoff really caught my eye, as did the blue colors in the water.  A great morning for a hike to say the least!
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"Wahclella Wave"

I tighter composition from one of my favorite waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge, Wahclella Falls.  This wave in the fast flowing spring runoff really caught my eye, as did the blue colors in the water.  A great morning for a hike to say the least!

Wahclella Falls, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
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