Happy New Year from Canby, Oregon

Happy New Year from Chris and I to all my blogger friends!!

Chris and I went out last night so I could capture Mt Hood from the one overpass we have in Canby, Oregon.  We went out just before sunset, what is known as the Golden Hour for photography.  Here are a couple of photos I took with my new Sony a7ii with the 18-200 Sony lens.

Mt Hood, December 31, 2014
Mt Hood, December 31, 2014
Orchard and railroad that runs under the overpass I was standing on.
Orchard and railroad that runs under the overpass I was standing on.
Turned toward the west and got this photo of the road and sunset.
Turned toward the west and got this photo of the road and sunset.

Qi (energy) hugs,

Cee

93 Comments

  1. Ah, home sweet home. I can see this view of Mt Hood any day of the week by just driving on TV Highway. The mountain is clearly visible seemingly just down the road. Of course it’s 50 miles down the road. LOL Greats shots as usual Cee!

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  2. Happy New Year to you all as well!

    New camera for Christmas? Looks like it’s serving you well right from the get go. That shot of Mt. Hood is really beautiful, great job. I like the contrast between it and the ground in front of you. And the orchard shot captures the light really well. I think this was a golden hour for you. 😉 You made the road look good, another great use of light.

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  3. Great shots Cee. We can only imagine mountains like that here in Aus. Happy New Year to you and looking forward to more great photos this year. On the road photo, what is the central lane for? Here, double lines can’t be crossed. Is that, like, no car land?

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    1. It is a no car zone. This is a new road and I think they made it wide enough since it has a bridge in case they ever have to make it a four lane highway. So far there isn’t enough traffic on it to matter. Thanks for commenting.

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