The Dalles Photographer | Week 43 of Project 365

October 29, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

I usually don't want to admit when I've skipped a day.  I'm a perfectionist, and it makes me feel like I've failed my project.  And I really have no excuses for this week, I just didn't have my camera out everyday.  But the beauty of this project is that I can be flexible.  There have been days where I've taken way more than one picture that I feel like sharing, so that gives me extra images for days that I skip.  So four of this week's photos come from the same day.  And I'm learning to be okay with that.

295/365.  I loved the look of the wood on this outbuilding at Camp 18.  

296/365.  I loved the details of this elopement!  

297/365.  The fall leaves have been absolutely stunning this year.

298/365.  I always photograph the water wheel at Camp 18, but when I was there this time, someone had placed this rock at the base of it.  It caught my attention more than the water wheel, and I just had to share!

299/365.  I loved this old wooden bridge at Camp 18.

300/365.  The sunset from our hotel room in Klamath Falls.  This was shot through a dirty window, which I normally never do, but if you look closely you can see why.  It was raining and cold, but I just loved the way the sun was shining through the bushes.

301/365.  On Friday, we spent a foggy morning in Northern California for work.  The farmer had this beautiful old truck on his property and I was so in love with it!


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Hello and welcome to Macnab Photography's blog!  My name is Tori and I'm the artist behind the images of Macnab Photography.  I've had a passion for photography since I was a little girl.

I am located in The Dalles, Oregon and serve the Columbia River Gorge.  I specialize in children and families, and my interest lies in capturing moments, from the smile of a child to the love in a couple's eyes. 

Thank you for visiting my blog.  Hope you enjoy your visit!