A Little Flow

During  a hiking trip to Triple Falls in the Columbia River Gorge I came across this little waterfall. Not sure what system it dumps into, but I felt compelled to stop and grab a couple frames of it. The dynamic range didn’t exactly call for HDR, but I like how it brought out some of the details.

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Multnomah County, OR

Canon 5D MkII + EF 70-200/2.8 IS II

Photomatix, Lightroom, CS5, onOne Perfect Effects

Crooked Little Speeder Shack

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Museums can provide the best photography subjects out there, and when the exhibit is hosted mostly outside it only gets better from there. We’re heading back to the BC Forest Discovery Centre today where we are going to take a look at a classic and historical “Speeder Shack”. These shacks were used as garages to store the railroad speeders in when not in service. This particular one is just so full of wonderful character, it literally speaks for itself. Photographically speaking, that is.

Please feel free to visit our blog “Crooked Little Speeder Shack” for the story behind the photo.

Crooked Little Speeder Shack

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Museums can provide the best photography subjects out there, and when the exhibit is hosted mostly outside it only gets better from there. We’re heading back to the BC Forest Discovery Centre today where we are going to take a look at a classic and historical “Speeder Shack”. These shacks were used as garages to store the railroad speeders in when not in service. This particular one is just so full of wonderful character, it literally speaks for itself. Photographically speaking, that is.

Visit our blog “Crooked Little Speeder Shack” for the story behind the photo.

Summer Fun

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Boston in the summer heat.

Arriving In Style

Today marks a new day here at Toad Hollow Photography, one we’re pretty excited about! Due to increasing workloads and exciting projects in process and on the horizon, we’ve doubled our staff! Mrs. Toad picks up the digital pen and launches her new career as a blogger by creating a guest blog post, featuring a horse-drawn carriage that was part of the backstory to how our area was originally settled. Without further ado, we present the illustrious and beautiful Mrs. Toad!!

Please visit our blog “Arriving In Style

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” to read Mrs. Toad’s inaugural post and to see the story behind the photos!

Washington Capital

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From within the state capital. Sorry, I was not permitted to get a shot directly below the dome, something to do with the roped off giant 

 GOLD George Washington in my way!

Fate

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Boston, Ma. To hot to right anything more.