Amazon Spheres

If you live in Seattle and havent visited the Spheres, look into scheduling a tour.  This place was a dream to photograph.  So much light, plants and architecture to photograph!

Thank you Brandon and Tonja for inviting me along.

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Italy!

Ok, this is an old post and mostly making it because I did a little more digging and found some things I wanted to share.

 

I ha an opportunity to photograph a wedding in Italy in 2013 and jumped on it.  I also had a buddy who lived there for a couple years and when I mentioned it, he wanted to join.  So we set off on a short adventure before the wedding took place.  First stop was Rome, then Cinque Terra and finally Lake Como.  It was an amazing trip and I have so many fond memories from it.

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Squak Mountain – Central Peak Trail

Ive been driving out to the mountains more to work on getting ready for hiking season here.  This time, I went out with my friend Melissa and her dog Fitz to Squak Mountain.  We had originally planned to go to Poo Poo Point since it has a good view of Rainer and Lake Sammamish but the parking lot was full and we had spent 2 hours in the car already so we picked the closest trail instead.

 

It was a nice quiet trail with a couple streams that weaved in and out.  The dogs definitely had a fun time running up and down the trail.

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Wallace Falls – Central Cascades

Drove out to Wallace Falls in the Central Cascades by Stevens Pass this past Sunday.  The rain the previous 2 days was non-stop which made the water levels at the falls extremely high.

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Cape Disappointment

Two weekends ago, Lindy and I took a “quick” drive out to the south western most point of Washington to Cape Disappointment.  By quick, I mean 3.5 hours.  It wasnt that bad, especially when I realized I had made half the drive before when I drove back from California.  It was at night when I first made the drive but on my way back, it was all familiar as the sun was setting.

Cape Disappointment has a bunch of different parts to the park and we took some time exploring all of it.  Especially Deadmans Cove which promoted the trip in the first place.  You should be able to pick out those photos pretty quickly once you see the gallery.

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