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Rye Valley Solar Eclipse by Lori Rowland Photography

2017 Total Solar Eclipse Rye Valley Oregon

2017 Total Solar Eclipse Rye Valley Oregon A rare Total Solar Eclipse occurred on August 21, 2017, all across the United States. A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon completely blocks the direct light of the Sun. The path of totality swept across the US moving from Oregon in the west to South Carolina in the east. Rye Valley, located in eastern Oregon, was an excellent place to view the eclipse. This location in Rye Valley was sitting directly in […]

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Off-Piste Photography

Off-Piste Photography Not to be confused with piste – off photography! Ha Ha! Forgive me! Those of you who have read my blog or follow me on social media have probably already sensed my dry sense of humor. Piste is a skier’s term meaning a compacted ski run. Off-piste is to ski off the main runs, through the trees or down a nice untracked powder chute. According to Google, off-piste also means ‘To deviate from what is conventional, usual or expected.’ […]

Enjoying the view along the Elkhorn Crest Trail in Eastern Oregon.

What Camera To Take Backpacking?

What Camera To Take Backpacking? Well… here it is in the end of June. There is still some snow on the highest peaks of the mountain but I am more than ready to hit the dusty…er… should I say perhaps muddy/snow covered trail! I dug all my backpacking gear out of storage and I am now faced with my usual conundrum… what camera to take backpacking? I have read several backpacking blogs and there is a lot of advice out […]

Vibrant colors and reflections are captured in this photo of the Navy Beach tufa at Mono Lake, California

Mono Lake, California

On Location – Mono Lake, California Mono Lake is an interesting and unique place and well worth a visit. It is located on the east side of the Sierras, near the town of Lee Vining, California. In the 1940’s, in an effort to meet its growing demands for water, the City of Los Angeles began drawing water from Mono Lake. They drew out more water than the lake could replenish causing the rapid fall of water levels and exposing the […]

Fading sunlight warms the red rock formations common in the Leslie Gulch region located in remote Eastern Oregon.

6 Simple Steps to Improve Your Landscape Photography

A Beginner’s Guide to Improving Landscape Photography Have you ever looked at a landscape photographer’s website or social media page and wondered how they get all of those beautiful landscape photos? Do you ever secretly wish you could add some pizazz to your photos too? Good news! It’s not really as hard as you may think. There are some very simple methods you can use to improve your landscape photography without spending a fortune to upgrade your camera gear.   […]