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  1. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Early Risers

    The vanguard of a migrating flock heads south as dawn breaks over the Northern Cascades. Canon 5DSR. Early Risers by brian moore, on Flickr
  2. Brian Moore

    Mt. Baker, Late Afternoon

    Mt. Baker stands just under 11,000 feet and is a prominent feature in the skyline where I live. According to Wikipedia, it's "the second-most thermally active crater in the Cascade Range after Mount St. Helens." I was hoping to capture the "alpenglow" off the mountain so most of my images from...
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    Moccasin, Montana. (Canon 5DSR with Canon 24-105L)
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    B&W Landscape Steamboat Rock

    Steamboat Rock, not far from the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington State. It's almost an island, connected to the land upon which I am standing for this picture, by an isthmus at its southern end. The body of water in the foreground is called the Devil's Punch Bowl. There is a larger body of water...
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    Critique Welcomed A Montana Farmer

    As I mentioned in a previous post the sight of the Anaconda Smokestack from a distance caused me to detour toward the town of Anaconda, Montana. On the outskirts of the town I was lucky enough to witness this farmer preparing a hillside. I was even more lucky in that I was able to pull safely...
  6. Brian Moore

    The Anaconda Smokestack

    Fifteen or twenty miles east of Butte is the small town of Anaconda, Montana. It's about 8 or 9 miles from the main highway, the I-90, along which we were traveling on our way to Spokane. Looking to my left I spotted an enormous chimney. It was some 6 miles from the highway (I later learned) yet...
  7. Brian Moore

    Public Service Announcement

    Moccasin, Montana. Population 23 (2020 Census).
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    Critique Welcomed Grain Elevators

    Drove from Vancouver east to Calgary then south to Montana last week. Along the way, in Southern Alberta, passed through the town of Nanton, where I had to stop to get a few pictures of the grain elevators there. Alberta is plagued at the moment with many wildfires and I think this photo gives a...
  9. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed The Refinery at Anacortes

    A morning shot of the refinery at Anacortes, Washington. (Canon 5DSR with Canon 24-105L lens.)
  10. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed I've Never Seen California So Green

    The past couple of months the state of California was hit by a series of "atmospheric rivers." The effects on the landscape were quite astonishing. I took these shots three or four weeks ago on a drive from Washington State to Southern California. I've driven much of the length of California on...
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    Critique Welcomed Sunny Southern California

    It's oil field country in Kern County, just west of Bakersfield. (So technically I guess its the southern part of Central California).
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    Critique Welcomed Soda Lake Road

    This is Soda Lake Road at the southern entrance to the Carrizo Plain, near Maricopa, California.
  13. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed A Puget Sound Morning

    It was the morning of July 31 to be exact. This is Dugualla Bay. The mountain on the horizon is Mount Baker, in the Northern Cascades. Canon 5DSR with Canon 24-105L.
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    Critique Welcomed The Intersection of Chuckanut and Whitecap

    This is a tiny section of Washington State Route 11, commonly known as Chuckanut Drive. "Chuckanut" is a Native American word meaning "long beach with narrow entrance" or something like that. Anyway, Chuckanut Drive winds along the slopes of the Chuckanut Mountains, which belong to the Cascades...
  15. Brian Moore

    Critique Welcomed Do Engineers Dream of Diagonal Bracing?

    The Deception Pass Bridge, Whidbey Island, Washington. Canon 5DSR with Canon 24-105L