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N 28 B 797 C 17 E Dec 4, 2018 F Dec 4, 2018
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Dusk filling the sky around Mt. Washington in Central Oregon. I have been getting my rig ready for some winter adventures and I was planning on shooting Mt. Hood meadows to start off the winter season. I hadn't been snowshoeing in 7 years so I thought a quarter mile snowshoe would be a good start to get things going. Thanks to a pineapple upside down cake I posted on FB I got a message from Alan Howe willing to trade guide service for cake (boy did he get screwed)! I was so excited and we finalized a plan. Meet up at midnight and drive to the snow park to snow shoe in and catch sunrise around Mt. Bachelor. I was good with the meet up time but a little worried about how far we would actually be snowshoeing. The weather didn't hold so plans got changed and he was gonna take us to another spot with views only a mile and a half in. The snow was perfect and the clouds were breaking up. We had plenty of time to get to our destination. There were two dogs following us up our route and one little fella kept trying to catch a ride on Alan's snow shoes. I was watching all of this and thinking "Holy crap, this guy is breaking trail while providing taxi service for our four legged friend". My pack started feeling like it weighed 50 lbs and I wasn't sure how much more I could do. Alan's wife Kathleen even offered to carry my pack. They asked how we were doing and Walter and I were trying to pretend that we were fine. (We were only fooling ourselves). Kathleen tells Alan that Walter told her it felt like his muscle was separating from the bone. We realized that we made a wrong turn and would have to back track. We didn't make it to our destination but I saw some of the most beautiful winter scenery. We snowshoe'd just under 6 miles that day which made my 11 hour shift the next morning pretty tough. Thank you Alan and Kathleen for the awesome trip, I'm sorry we couldn't make it all the way in but we are very grateful we got to hang out with cool peeps.

Tags:   Mt. Washington Pacific Northwest Oregon snow Central Cascades winter nikon Christina Angquico

N 19 B 509 C 6 E Nov 15, 2018 F Nov 19, 2018
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Autumn leaves of gold decorate this beautiful aspen grove by Mt. Adams in Washington State.

Tags:   Pacific Northwest Mt. Adams Washington Aspens Fall Autumn Nikon Tamron 70-200mm Christina Angquico

N 29 B 670 C 10 E Nov 14, 2018 F Nov 14, 2018
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A little section of some Aspens we found while exploring the Mt. Adams area. Happy Hump Day!

Tags:   Pacific Northwest Trout Lake Washington Aspens Autumn Fall Color Trees Tamron 70-200mm Nikon Christina Angquico

N 62 B 1.1K C 8 E Nov 11, 2018 F Nov 11, 2018
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Walter and I didn't get to go anywhere cool like Banff, Jasper, Utah, or Colorado this fall but we made the best out of the local scenery. Golden light illuminates the autumn colors as it dissipates the last of the morning frost and low lying mist in front of Mt. Adams. We spent many weekends exploring forest roads and farmland scenes. Shooting local also gave us an excuse to try many of Portland's delicious restaurants on the way back.

Tags:   Mt. Adams Pacific Northwest Trout Lake Autumn Fall Trees Washington Tamron 70-200mm Nikon Christina Angquico

N 48 B 981 C 9 E Nov 6, 2018 F Nov 6, 2018
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Walter and I headed out last weekend to catch the last of the fall color. There were some pretty curious/slightly irritated cows behind me that were playing red light green light. They followed me a good 200 feet stopping every time I would turn around to see where they were. Happy Tuesday peeps!

Tags:   Pacific Northwest Trout Lake Aspens Fall Autumn Trees Washington Tamron 70-200mm Nikon D600 Christina Angquico


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