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Photo of mountain reflections in the partially frozen waters of Anthony Lake

Quiet Reflections at Anthony Lake

February Calendar Image – Quiet Reflections at Anthony Lake Happy February 1st Everyone! For this month, I chose an image from one of my favorite places, Anthony Lakes in northeast Oregon. When I was young, I had a summer job at Anthony Lakes. My task was to paint the interior of the lakeside cabins in preparation for the summer rental season. It was during that beautiful summer that I learned just how quickly the ice melts once the weather begins […]

Tips for using the Sky Guide app to create a night photography plan

Sky Guide Tips for night photography

Using Sky Guide – Tips for Night Photography Sky Guide is a great app for star gazing but did you know it is also a very useful tool for creating your night sky photography plans? I use it for planning milky way shots, eclipses, meteor showers, star gazing, planet ID and more. It is certainly one of my favorite apps for the iPhone and it’s just plain fun! I want to share with you a couple tips for setting up Sky […]

Milky Way Over Anthony Lakes

Calendar Photo of the Month – Milky Way Over Anthony Lakes

Calendar Photo of the Month – Milky Way Over Anthony Lakes Happy New Year Everyone! It’s finally time to hang your new 2019 Northeast Oregon Calendar and, as promised, I will tell you all about the January photo. I titled this photo Milky Way Over Anthony Lakes. This photo was taken at Anthony Lakes in Northeast Oregon. The mountain on the left is Gunsight as many of you probably already know. The next peak in the middle is Lees Peak and […]

Cascadia – Where Oregon Meets

Cascadia – Where Oregon Meets I am pleased to announce that I am collaborating with Crossroads Carnegie Art Center in Baker City to bring this beautiful book to you as a special holiday offering. In April of this year, Crossroads curated the Cascadia Photography Exhibition for Oregon photographers. I had the very good fortune to be able to participate in this wonderful photography show. “The story of Oregon has too often been a tale of two halves – east and […]

A self-portrait of Lori Rowland. The goal was to create a self-portrait that did not show my face.

How Biophilia influences my photography

Life in the Rear View Mirror I remember starting out as a fresh young woman full of ideas and possibilities for my life. I could go anyplace I set my focus. Problem is, I chose instead to live my life spontaneously, to follow my heart wherever it wanted to go. I don’t know why I said, “Problem is…”, because in truth, I don’t have regrets about how things turned out. Intuitively, my heart seemed to know the way, even though […]