Living life on the edge ❄
Went to the oyster dome yesterday. Kinda disappointed. There was no oysters or a dome, and I don't even like oysters.
I haven't picked up my camera in weeks again. I really need to get out and shoot more... 🌲❄
I haven't picked up my camera in over a week now probably...that needs to change. Along with this weather, I love the snow and everything but dang does it make it hard to get around in my little car.
Some more snowy layers to start of your Tuesday morning!
I wonder if people will ever learn that just because you have a big truck, AWD etc, that doesn't make you immune to ice while going 60mph down the freeway 🤔
By the time we got to the top most of the clouds made their way up as well and blocked most of the view. But they opened up for a brief second which enable me to capture Keechelus lake.
So it snowed. A lot. Well at least a lot more than I was expecting. It was pretty interesting driving into work, I felt like I was in Tokyo drift 😬😆
So in honor of it snowing somewhere other than up in the mountains I bring you this awesome shot girlfriend pointed out to me. I love the framing with the frozen branches, swipe left 👌
The fog was absolutely perfect yesterday morning. So many layers 👌
Going back to my roots with some landscape stuff for a bit. Getting up to Snoqualmie pass just as the sun is coming up was perfect!
Today was cool. Snoqualmie is my new favorite place to explore.
So since that last post bless blew up out of no where, how many of you guys are @dodgeofficial fans?
If you're into trucks stay tuned for the next couple photos 🤘
Broke out the drone for a bit on our way home. I sent it up a little to early because I was to excited 🤷♂️
I've hit a pretty major creative block. I want to go out and create but when I do I'm just not feeling it. Tomorrow I'm leaving for a short camping trip with some friends so end my vacation. I have some cool photos in mind so hopefully I can get my spark back.
I know it's not Wednesday anymore but look at those falls!!
Been a minute since I posted some classic PNW goodness. Snoqualmie falls was full of it yesterday!