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Snowy Sunrise at Crater Lake National Park

Posted on Nov 25, 2015 by Tom Bricker  •  Reports  •  10 Comments

In the previous post, we had just finishing photographing a gorgeous sunset at Crater Lake National Park. The next morning, we were up bright and early (which actually is a misnomer: it was early, but most definitely dark) for sunrise. This time, the plan was to hike out for a better view, either to Watchman […]

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Winter in Crater Lake National Park

Posted on Nov 24, 2015 by Tom Bricker  •  Reports  •  3 Comments

Crater Lake National Park is a beautiful place, and it’s even more beautiful in the winter with a fresh blanket of snow. I added it to my photography bucket list a while ago, when I started seeing a number of brilliant shots of it. Like most photographers, I prefer my mountains covered in snow, and […]

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Journey 2: The Mysterious Mountain

Posted on Jun 4, 2015 by Tom Bricker  •  Photography  •  6 Comments

After racing back up to the car at Spirit Lake, we had a dilemma concerning where to go for sunset. The sky was already mighty good where we were, so we could just stay in the area for what would likely be a safe bet, plus some good late afternoon light. …Or, we could race […]

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Loki Rains Down Blows Upon Stupid Photographers

Posted on May 28, 2015 by Tom Bricker  •  Reports  •  14 Comments

Arriving in Portland after an early morning flight from Orlando for a photography trip at the Columbia River Gorge with Bill, Ryan, Don, and Jeff, we decided it would be a good idea to drive out to the Pacific Coast to shoot Thor’s Well. We had some intel on the location that suggested it was […]

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