I am someone who enjoys taking photos, my subjects are random, from bugs to babies. Photography is therapy for me, I have no real knowledge of the art, I am learning a bit here and there. I use an inexpensive camera.I simply love taking shots of interesting or beautiful things I see. I love the adventure of attempting to get the perfect shot. Please enjoy these photos and share them with your friends. For me the ultimate success is knowing someone may be amazed or made to smile.

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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Hot springs and a Harley









The Hot springs were great to explore. The part though, that we treasure the most is meeting Skip. He is from Scotland, the Isle of Mull,  of the last 30 years. As we visited it came out that he had worked in our town for the same company as Randy had just a few years ago.  He was a trucker, so is Randy, needless to say the conversation went from there. As it turns out Skip's father owned a trucking company here in town, they had much in common. I asked if I could take some pictures as they talked. He wasn't to keen on the idea but did acquiesce eventually, these are all I took as I could tell he was uncomfortable with the whole thing. Skip was a very nice gentleman, I am glad to have met him.

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I would love to go there.

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  2. Thanks, it is a beautiful place.

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  3. Looks like a great place to be with a camera!!
    http://jpweddingphotograpy.blogspot.com/2011/07/photographing-red-rock-country-sedona.html

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  4. Most places in Oregon are:) I love it.

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  5. That does look like a wonderful place. The hot spring looks pretty. It's very calming, and the same can be said for the trees and other vegetation around that place. Anyway, the photos are nice. Meeting Skip seems to have been interesting too - aside from the sights you may expect in a place like that, finding a person and capturing them on camera adds an extra uniqueness to the event.

    It's a good thing you visited that hot spring!

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