Navajo loop trail in Bryce Canyon this past summer [OC] [1064x1600]
ITAP of a reflection and inverted it.
Gorgeous sunrise this morning in the Willamette Valley of Oregon [OC] [1064x1600]
Golden Oregon coast [OC] [1064x1600]
ITAP of a snow covered railroad bridge through a glass ball.
Sunrise above a layer of fog in the willamette valley of Oregon. [OC] [2664x4000]
Ripples in a puddle then flipped the photo.
A reflection flipped upside down. [OC]
ITAP of a glass ball at smith rock state park and inverted it.
Mt. Rainier is overwhelmingly massive. [OC] [1600x1200]
1.5 seconds exposure of sawmill falls in Oregon. [OC] [1600x1064]
Touch of fall in a foggy forest of Oregon. [2664x4000]
Fresh snow and lingering fog in the Cascades in Oregon [OC] [1600x1064]
2 and 1/2 second exposure of soda creek falls is Cascadia, OR. [OC] [4000x2664]
Gorgeous blue waters of the little north fork of the Santiam River in Oregon [OC] [1064x1600]
Fun trail on the west side of the Cascades in Oregon
Rainbow rocks arranged in crystal clear waters of a river. [OC]
Lit up in the forest.
Used a flashlight to light this guy up in a dark forest!
Wild flowers and fog during sunset atop Mary's peak, Oregon [OC] [1064x1600]
The reflection on this crystal clear river 🔥
Soda creek falls in Cascadia, OR. [OC] [4000x2664]
Light rays in an Oregon forest [OC] [2664x4000]
First light in the willamette valley of Oregon over fog. [OC] [4000x2664]
Light rays in an Oregon forest. [OC] [2664x4000]
Fog in the Cascades in Oregon [OC] [1600x1064]
ITAP of a puddle and rotated it 180 degrees
Two of my biggest passions in life are music and photography- here's a black and white photo of the worlds colliding. Thought y'all might enjoy.
🔥 Fiery trees in fog during sunrise 🔥
Dahlia at last light. [OC]
Such an amazing hike in Bryce Canyon NP, Utah [OC] [2664x4000]
Peyto Lake in Banff, AB. [OC] [4000x2664]
Doorway on the queens garden trail in Bryce Canyon NP. One of my favorite hikes I've ever done!
Kayenta trail in Zion National Park.
Trail to hidden lake in glacier national park. Was largely still covered in snow but this field of lilies closer to the visitors center was in bloom!
Calypso orchid in an old growth forest of Oregon. [2664x4000]
Queens garden trail in Bryce Canyon.
Found in an old growth forest in the Cascades of Oregon during the fall. Anyone able to help me with the ID? This is a macro photo, and their whole colony spanned about a two-inch diameter.
Oregon coast on a beautiful day [OC] [4000x2664]
Rainbow rocks arranged in crystal clear water. [OC]
El Capitan and a beautiful tree in Yosemite NP, CA [OC] [2664x4000]
Soda Creek Falls in Cascadia, OR [OC] [4000x2664]
Rainbow rocks in crystal clear water. [OC]
Beautiful section of soda creek just below soda creek falls in Cascadia, OR. [OC] [2664x4000]
He'd be very mad if he found out I posted this picture with his belly showing here.
Sunlight through fog in an Oregon forest. [OC] [2664x4000]
Glowing stream flowing into the ocean during a fiery sunset on the Oregon coast. [OC] [4000x2664]
Super random score at my local shop!
Banff has a lot more to offer than just Moraine Lake and Lake Louise- here's Two Jack Lake. [4000x2664]
Wildflowers above a layer of clouds in the coastal range of Oregon. [OC]
Glass ball refracting the sunset during high tide [OC]
These rays of light shining through trees 🔥🔥
Lined up on the Oregon coast.
Little guys growing out of a tree cone.
Wild flowers above the clouds in the coastal range of Oregon. [OC]
Fern canyon on the Northern California coast. [OC] [4000x2664]
Last light above the clouds atop Mary's peak, Oregon. [OC] [4000x2664]
This less known waterfall in Oregon 🔥
The Oregon coast through a glass marble. [OC]
Hot tub relaxation at its finest.
Brainy jelly fungus.
Small and brief opening of the sky on a dark day on the Oregon coast [1600x1064]
ITAP of beams of light through trees.
Pretty new to this sub and been loving seeing everyone's collections. Rather than posting my full collection, here's one of my favorite records- Guru from Gang Starr's Jazzmatazz- some amazing jazz hip hop. Anyone else have this?
ITAP of my friends through a glass ball and inverted the image.
Not a bad place to wake up. [OC]
Macro life in the forests of Oregon.
Macro shot of grainy sand on a beach in Oregon. [OC]
My glove dropped on the floor and got me...
Perfectly balanced droplet.
ITAP of wild flowers above the clouds.
Finally grabbed this thievery corporation record and can't believe I waited so long!
Awesome instrumental album by a band that played during intermissions for the fare thee well Grateful Dead shows back in 2015. More info in comments.
Somewhere in Idaho. [OC] [4000x2664]
Went on a trip to a different part of the country and got to visit a handful of new shops; so excited about what I got to take home!
ITAP of my friends on a mountain peak during sunset.
Sunrise above the Cascades in Oregon.
ITAP of a dew filled spiderweb.
I had never heard of Ubiquity records until I started collecting vinyl. It's now one of my favorite labels- specializing in soul, funk, and acid jazz. What's a record label that you have got into after starting to collect?
This moss on a tree forms a spiral.
Close up shot of a leaf in sunlight 🔥
Soda creek falls in Cascadia, Oregon. [OC]
ITAP of a harbor at twilight
Shortcut through a rainforest on a fallen giant. [OC]
ITAP of sunlight reflecting off of a brick wall.
Calling electronic music fans- what are some of your favorite electronic records you have? Here are some of my favorites in my collection- specifics about each in the comments.
Surreal sunset above a sea of clouds. [OC]
Fiery willamette valley sunset.
Picked this up on a whim without looking into it much and was pleasantly surprised to find Herbie Hancock and groovy funk throughout the album. Any other under the radar funk albums that he's been a part of that you'd recommend?
1 second of time captured at 8:29:19.
Simpson beach on the southern Oregon coast. [OC]
Timing is key. Sunset on Mary's Peak in Oregon. [OC]
One festival shirt I still wear frequently- Rock the Bells 2010 at Governors Island in NYC. Anyone else catch this amazing day of music in NYC or one of the other stops?