Thanks for following my blog in 2014. I appreciate it very much.
And please encourage other folks to follow the blog – – – friends, family or wilderness aficionados.
To whet your appetite for 2015 blog posts to come, here are a few of my favorite wildlife and landscape photos of 2014.
Happy New Year!
Late February Crocuses
Looking down the Columbia River from McCall Point
Tributary of Eagle Creek
Mt. St. Helens behind the summit of Silver Star Mountain
Cupola on summit of Black Butte
Wind blowing snow on the rim of Mt. St. Helens
Mt. St. Helens
Nutria (a giant rat)
Reflections in a small tarn in the Alpine Lake Wilderness
Mt. Rainier’s summit
A well-fed Rocky Mountain Cow Elk
Trophy-sized Mule Deer Buck
Eliot Glacier on Mt. Hood
View from Alderbrook Resort
Early morning sunlight shining through the trees
Mt. Hood from East Zigzag Mountain
Leaves are beginning to fall
Mt. Hood over Timothy Lake
Summit of Mt. Jefferson
Colorful Vine Maple leaves
Fresh snow and early morning light on a calm Mt. Hood
Thanks for the travelogs. I especially liked your trip to Alaska.
Thanks Spencer. I hope to have some time to go on a few longer trips this year. Death Valley or the five National Parks in Southern Utah are on my radar screen.
You have quit a following in Ventura. You narratives and pictures to my friends and me are spiritual in nature.
God Bless & a Happy New Year.
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Thanks Ed. There is something about the wilderness that brings one closer to their inner spirit.