In yesterday's post, I featured an image of some of the trees in the 28,000 acre poplar plantation in NE Oregon. It's an image that I've wanted to capture for a long time---even years. The fact that the plantation is alongside the freeway has generally been a deterrent. No longer! In a trip across the state with my sister, I was the driver. On the trip west, I declared I was going to photograph the trees on the way back; the next day, I did just that, pulling off the freeway and getting out into the foggy cold to capture some images with my 70-250mm lens. From inside the car, my sister recorded me with her phone camera. It was my second of three "photo stops" along the freeway, and I'm so glad I did it.