Thursday, May 10, 2012

Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.

Ok now it is time to move again. This has been a really fun drive about. Seeing Newport  Oregon, and now heading back to Moses Lake, just in time to get some 80s in temps and lots of sunshine.

 

 

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Now it will be fun to see what shows up for Photos on the drive back.

12 comments:

  1. beautiful pictures!! thanks for sharing

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  2. The best part was seeing them in person. Thank you.

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  3. Now that the sun has gone down, I can see what I posted. Yes it was great to see.

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  4. Great shots Randall. Love the lighthouse and the swirly green leaves.

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  5. oh wow what a lovely trip you are on, wish I was with *sulks* thank you for sharing them with us, your holiday is amazing, such lovely shots, also particularly love the Lighthouse shot !!

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  6. and the birds too. Love the birds

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  7. and the sea, the beach oh sigh oh sigh

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  8. That's really the way it is...a photograph may be an attempt to capture the essence of a moment...but it will never capture your experience...
    Beautiful photos by the way...
    I think if I was on vacation right now I'd be tempted to keep going.. ;-)

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  9. That is how I feel. LOL Started uploading the 2000 pictures from the trip. Tomorrow I will start ordering prints for the house. That will take a little time. As always. Ha ha
    I have not even downloaded from the camera, the shots of Venus last night and the hot tub. Oh and then the trip home today. Oh such a bunch of fun shots. The hard part is figuring out where to go next? I am thinking flowers tomorrow in the yard, then heading up north for what ever i can find.

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  10. I take a "ton" of photos when I"m gone too. Sure takes a long time to sort. These photos are very nice.

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  11. Wonderful shots. I sure miss living on the coast.

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