This past July I traveled to Crater Lake National Park, here in Oregon. Can you believe it’s my first time visiting since becoming a photographer? My visit was long overdue! Since Oregon and the rest of the Pacific Northwest had such a wet spring, there was still a bit of snow hanging around. Oh, and …
Twenty twenty one was a lot like the previous year due to COVID 19, except many of us were able to travel more. Though I didn’t travel internationally and didn’t go too far from the Pacific Northwest, I did have a fun year of short trips. The only states I traveled to other than my …
Recently I took a photography trip to the Oregon Coast. The southern Oregon Coast is my old stomping grounds. I haven't been there since the fall. I needed some beach time after a couple of weeks being cooped up with a typical seasonal virus.
Back in 2015 I wrote a blog post about 5 photography podcasts that I was currently listening to at the time. I thought I would update the post to what it is now in 2019. A lot has changed since then as some podcasts have come and gone. I enjoy listening to photography podcasts while I'm exercising or while I'm doing post-processing of images.
In 2015 my husband and I moved in to an RV and began traveling full-time in it. Find out my pros and cons of traveling this way for four years.
Take a listen to my recent interview on Matt Payne's podcast, F-Stop, Collaborate, and Listen. I really enjoyed my time talking with Matt. This episode is ninety nine! Enjoy!