Monthly Archives: December 2014
My last “official” photo of 2014 for the 365-day photo challenge. I thought I’d end the year with one of my favorite settings around Potlatch. This rail car, or at least one very much like it, has been sitting, waiting … Continue reading
I startled this mama whitetail deer. As you can see, she is poised for flight. Just out of the frame are her two twins.
Took a bit of a detour on my way home from Moscow today. I wanted to get a shot of the snow in the pines on Moscow Mountain.
When we arrived home yesterday from our travels, we found 3-inches of snow of the ground with more falling at a steady rate. We ended up with around 5-inches by the time the sun had set for the day with … Continue reading
We were on the road again. Headed back to Potlatch after a quick holiday jaunt to Weiser/Caldwell/Boise to spend time with family for Christmas. Along the way, we paused so that I could show P-dog one of the swimming holes … Continue reading
When I started this 365-day photo challenge, I knew that there would be days that I would struggle to find the time to take a picture and/or any picture I took that day might not be fit for posting. December … Continue reading
This year my Mom bought my grandparents a new tree to decorate for Christmas. At 90+ years old, Grandma and Grandpa struggle with putting up a big tree, but they still wanted to have something to perk up the living … Continue reading
We’re now home safe and sound from our journey to southern Idaho for the Christmas holiday, so I’m taking today to catch up on my photo challenge posts. This is from December 24. It was a day of travel. When … Continue reading
In 2000, my brother and I were living in Moscow. He was a poor, broke undergrad, and I was a poor, broke grad student at the University of Idaho. Also in 2000, the movie “Thirteenth Warrior” starring Antonio Banderas hit … Continue reading
Today was a golden day. Mostly because of the golden hue of the light on certain parts of the Palouse. It looks a bit darker to the north.