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Beautiful: White Flowers

Flowers. I love flowers. I’m sure I’ve told you this before, but I think it bears repeating. What’s so great about flowers? Everything. First, there’s the sheer beauty of the things. They come in a range of pretty much every … Continue reading

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Beautiful: Forgotten Obelisk

I love the word “obelisk.” It has a beautiful flow to it, and it describes only one thing. When I say it, especially as I think about it in obsessive depth as for a blog post, the beginning “oh” lasts … Continue reading

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Lesson: Motion Blur

Generally, we like our pictures to be clear and sharp, but sometimes, blurry is good. It can convey excitement, or show motion. This picture is about the motion. And the excitement. The elements needed are a moving subject, the ability … Continue reading

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Mt. Baker from Puget Sound

Mount Baker is a gorgeous, superlative volcanic cone in the North Cascades. It’s the snowiest place on Earth, holding the record for most snowfall in a single season at 1140″ (2900 cm), and one of the youngest and most geologically … Continue reading

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Mt. Si with Storm Cloud

This week we’re going on a tour of mountains. We’ll visit Bhutan, Wales, Tanzania, Washington state and possibly a couple other places (or maybe I’ll make you look at a bunch of Mt. Rainier photos). Mountains are my favorite geological … Continue reading

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