The Dalles Photographer | Week 10 of Project 365

March 11, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

064/365.  On Friday, I traveled to Baker City to watch the Sherman boys compete in the state tournament.  I am SO proud of those boys and the phenomenal job they did at the tournament.  They had three very intense games and pulled off what the Sherman boys haven't been able to do in 27 years.  And with only two seniors on the team, they have a great chance to be champions next year too.  And I am so excited to go back to Baker next year!

065/365.  On Saturday, since we had time to kill until the Championship game, my mom and I went to the Baker County Museum.  It was so interesting, and we both especially loved the rock room.  I have always been a rock collector, and I'm so happy to see Gemma's fascination with rocks.  

066/365.  I never got my camera out on Sunday, so here's another shot from the museum.  I was fascinated by all the different types of barbed wire.  This was only a quarter of it!

067/365.  Monday was such a lovely day.  I played with a little bit moodier edit for this one.

068/365.  Orchard fun!  Gemma loved playing in the sand.  I can't wait to take her back to the beach when the weather is warmer.

069/365.  Another moody edit.  As excited as I am for spring and warmer weather, I still love a gloomy day.  

070/365.  I don't have a great macro lens, but my phone has a phenomenal macro setting.  These flowers were so tiny that there was no way I was going to get a good shot with my camera, so a phone snap it is!


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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! 

 

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