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Grizzly Peak with spring snow

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Grizzly Peak from SOU (April 16, 2022)

Buck Prairie

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Buck Prairie Trail view (February 2022)

This was the Buck Prairie scene more than two months ago after some snow fell. I bet there is more snow up there right now based on this week’s weather.

One last photo

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Ashland, Oregon (December 27, 2021)

Today’s photo was the last one I ever took with my Nikon D500 (which I sold a few days ago). Now that I think about it, this is also my last photo with a DSLR as I no longer own one. Between my D7000, D600, D750, and D500 I probably took well over 200,000 photos (of which I’ve probably looked at less than half and processed less than 10%).

Through this last photo (shot at 450mm) I learned that I can see the Caldera Brewery (far right of this image) from my home. I didn’t realize that when taking the photo. I had to get it on a big screen to notice. To celebrate, I will go to Caldera today.

Breakfast view in late December

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Ashland sunrise (December 2021)

11 years ago today…

Snowy Lithia Park

Just over 50 days ago…

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Ashland on 12/26/21 from Ridge Road

Wagner Butte in winter

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Ashland and Wagner Butte from Dead Indian Memorial Road (January 2017)

Crater Lake revisted

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Snowshoeing around Crater Lake (January 2022)

Yesterday we headed over to Crater Lake for the first time in a few years. The weather was spectacular for January–no wind and about 50 degrees (although it felt warmer with all of the sun bouncing off of the snow). Hardly anyone was there. We snowshoed to Discovery Point and Eagle Point, a bit over 5 miles I think. Today’s photo was taken on our way to Discovery Point.

Where are the worms?

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Ashland, Oregon – December 2021

Leo Vait’s polar bears

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Havurah Shir Hadash mother and cub bears sculpture

About 45 years ago, these bears were sculpted out of concrete by Leo Vait. They were moved to their current location about a decade ago, and today’s photo comes from two years ago.