I’m almost too busy to blog currently, but there are adventures on the horizon. Today’sÂ post will have to be brief yet hopefully inspirational.
I snapped these infrared shot while traveling for my contract communications work through Parkdale, Oregon at the base of our beautiful sleeping volcano, Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. I had two minutes of extra time with Mt. Hood came into view, so I pulled over quickly & had to keep going. But it was a beautiful summer morning in my home state and I didn’t take it for granted.
The photo reminds me to consider where I’m headed, where I’ve been & all parts in-between. May your journeys be rich and magic-filled, even if, at this particular moment in time, they only take you around the block.
â€œWhy do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.â€
â€•Â Terry Pratchett,Â A Hat Full of Sky
2 thoughts on “Wanderlust”
I absolutely love this Mount Hood photograph! One day I will try infrared photography as well, as I’m so fascinated by it! Thanks for sharing! Marcus
Thank you, Marcus! I really enjoy it and especially love experimenting with texture and black & white.