The artwork “North Side of the Entrance” tracks mountain cliffs along the Washington side of the river at the entrance to the Columbia River Gorge.
The artwork “Crown Point” catches the southern edge of the Columbia River below purple cliffs. Vista House’s rounded top peeks out from its perch on top of Crown Point. Below, along the river bank, the land sweeps northward into the edges of Rooster Rock State Park.
Vaccine Blues: As crazy as it sounds, some of the vaccinated don’t want to mingle with the unvaccinated, and countries are responding.
The evening sun, streaming across my back deck, paints an intricate two-dimensional profile of the shadow from a potted plant.
Skye is known for its temperamental weather, ocean fogs, and abundant rainfall, but the sun does occasionally shine. Skye View captures the island’s mountains on one of these sunny days.
The town of Barmouth in NW Wales borders on the Irish Sea. The scene captures a view to the north of an approaching storm. The picture was originally captured in acrylic on canvas, and the painting was later digitally reworked to bring out the flow of the brush work.
Mountains on the Oregon side of the river plunge into the pooled water, and the Bonneville Dam and its infrastructure vanish.
Multnomah Falls is a set of double waterfalls framed by lush vegetation and a bridge.
Iceland made the news in early 2021 with 20,000 earthquakes in 10 days. A whopping 3,100 of them occurred in one forty-eight-hour period.
Things were humming along nicely for virtually all of cosmic history before we arrived.