We will be talking about the great snow of February 2019 for years to come….Read More
Did you get to see the lunar eclipse last night? It was pretty incredible. I am pretty sure everyone’s feeds are blowing up with eclipse photos right now..as they should be.
During the winter, here in the PNW, our minus tides (extreme low tides) happen at night instead of during the day. Don’t let that discourage you. I know, when you are sitting on the couch at home after dinner, under a cozy blanket, reading a book or watching a movie, it can be VERY hard to motivate yourself to bundle up and head out into the cold, dark winter night. But, trust me, it is so worth it. Comments are on, so if you know what I am talking about and want to share your night time tide pool experience with others..please, chime in!
Visiting tide pools at night has a certain magical quality. The beach is so peaceful. Unlike during the summer, algae (seaweed) on the beach is sparse, making it easier to see more. Winter storms sometimes bring creatures (and mysterious objects) further in than they would be normally and that makes for some interesting beach finds.
First and foremost, THANK YOU to everyone who has supported my work over this past year! I am so grateful to everyone who has encouraged me, purchased my work and helped me move forward with my passion for photography. YOU are amazing and I SO appreciate you!
As the year comes to a close, I have three different press printed calendars of my work up for sale here in my shop. You can go mushrooms or sea life or both if you really want to go crazy:) All photos were taken by me in the forests and tidelands of the Pacific Northwest.
If you want a chance to come and purchase them from me directly, I will be at the fabulous Bar Del Corso next Sunday, December 2nd, from 12-4pm for their Holiday Gift Pop Up. Guaranteed to be lots of fun, there will be food, drink, Santa and great local makers!
Cheers & Happy Holidays! Hope to see you soon.
So much for the continuation of the summer recap..The forest has been calling…