Welcome to my blog about photography, life and learning in the Pacific Northwest. If possible, I try to take most of my outdoor images during a time of the day that photographers often refer to as ‘sweet light’. This is a beautiful form of light that occurs near sunrise and sunset. Perhaps, the famous outdoor photographer Galen Rowell summed it up best, when he said:
“Twice each day the cool, blue light of night interacts with the warm tones of daylight. Luckily for color photographers, these events, though predictable, are not consistent. For a full hour at either end of the day colors of light mix together in endless combinations, as if someone in the sky were shaking a kaleidoscope.”
I hope to share with you some of the ‘sweet light’ and beautiful places to photograph in this part of the world.