Posts tagged “photography

Solstice

The full winter moon was obscured by clouds when we got home last night- and I kept thinking about the photo I missed earlier as it rose. But all the same, I’m glad to have witnessed the timeless beauty of this winter solstice moon.

No, I didn’t see the meteor shower.


The Paternal Line

Here’s another family photo- 3 Anderson guys!


Family Photo

Last month I did take some family photos- here is my favorite of Caleb and his mommy and daddy.


Christmas, Southern California Style

We just returned from a very quick trip to Southern California to do a mini-Christmas celebration with my son and family for Christmas. The Christmas decorations at the mall where we ate dinner were amazing!


Spirit of the Sea

Maybe I’ve spent too much time watching the waves- am I the only one seeing a face out there?


Final Series

This is the week my photo series is due. I abandoned my alone-in-a-crowd beach series and opted for the very simple wabi sabi series. Each photo illustrates one (or more) aspect of wabi sabi. Such basic photos are not the norm in this very advanced group, so I hope I don’t get in trouble!

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Through

This was taken at West Fork in Oak Creek Canyon a month or two ago. The leaves had just started turning- and it was a drizzly day, unfortunately.


Alaska Week- Day 5

This photo was also taken at the Eagle River Nature Center and is probably close to what Alaska looks like right now. It was taken on our Thanksgiving visit in 2016.


Alaska Week- Day 4

One of our favorite places to walk is the Nature Center in Eagle River- a gateway to Chugach State Park. I have posted many photos taken there in the last couple years. It’s always beautiful, and it’s about five minutes from our daughter’s house!.


Alaska Week- Day 3

Another view of the Portage Glacier


Alaska Week- Day 2

The Portage Glacier!


Glorious Fall

Nothing beats Oak Creek Canyon in the Fall!


Big and Blue

The scene at Spencer Glacier- taken last summer on our visit to Alaska.


Disappearing

We walked down to the water’s edge in the morning, and I was captivated by the little footprints disappearing into the surf.


In a Row

The sun was setting, and most of the few people watching the waves, the surfers, and the sunset were leaving the beach. Now it was the life guard stations all in a row that caught my eye.