Leaden skies promise welcome rain, but nary a breeze stirs the water surface. A small flock of pelicans gives a splash of white to the upstream tip of a gravel bar island. Across the river, the Hanford Nuclear Reservation hides behind tall sand dunes and cottonwood roosts for bald eagles. I …
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This month’s clue: After visits to this Walla Walla institution, passes get stuck like Band-Aids to this light standard in the parking lot.
’Tis the season ye merry photographers. No idea what the statistics are, but I have a pretty good idea there is no time like the holidays for shooting tons of pictures. Back in the day, I’d wager more rolls of film were used between now and New Years than during the whole rest of the year.
I look for a “Sunday drive” close to home. Biscuit Ridge Road fits the bill. The name intrigues me. Perhaps I will also find Gravy Creek. Jelly Lake. Or Spam Mountain.
A lot of grownups around the Walla Walla Valley are more than happy to share their favorite children’s Christmas books, passing them down to the next generation of kids.
Good Road is anything but good.
People and action are the essence of photojournalism, but it can be paralyzing. The shear volume of photo possibilities is overwhelming at times. Read tips from our longtime photographer Greg Lehman here!