REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Mt. Emily's Late Winter Faces

At 6000+ feet, Mt. Emily is the second-tallest mountain bordering the huge Grande Ronde Valley. Her face is ever-changing, particularly in the winter.  Below, this is how the most recent snowstorm on the mountain looked; the second photo is the following day, when the mountain was reflected in flooded farm fields.



9 comments:

Linda W. said...

Love your second shot. What great reflections!

Gail Dixon said...

Spectacular! Love that reflection shot.

Candy C. said...

I always enjoy seeing how different the mountains look with the weather and even with the time of day! Right now, we can hardly see 'our' mountain because of blowing dust!

Beatrice Euphemie said...

What a beautiful and peaceful place! Gorgeous photos. xo Karen

Lisa Gordon said...

What a beautiful view, Evelyn, and I love the reflection in the second one.

R. Mac Wheeler said...

pretty

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Beautiful blue skies -- and reflections!

Ida said...

It was cool to see the different looks you captured of the same scene. That one with the reflections is just so pretty.

Ida said...

It was cool to see the different looks you captured of the same scene. That one with the reflections is just so pretty