Keepers.

Just got home from a week-long vacation in Long Beach, WA. It gave me an opportunity to shoot in a completely different environment. While I took many “travel snapshots,” I also took time out to try and take some more artsy photographs as the handful of small towns and beaches were surprisingly photogenic.

Long story short, I ended up taking some of my best photos so far, ones that truly display how far along I’ve come in my hobby since picking it back up again. Obviously I’m quite proud of these. Side by side with photos I’ve taken a year ago, the progress made is immediately apparent. Of course I still have a long way to go before I achieve anything truly remarkable, but these are noteworthy for demonstrating my progress.

Taken from the Ilwaco Marina Jetty.
Taken from the Ilwaco Marina Jetty.
Taken from the Ilwaco Marina Jetty.
Taken from the Ilwaco Marina Jetty.
Roadside at the Willapa Bay National Wildlife Preserve.
North Head Lighthouse at Cape Disappointment State Park.
North Head Lighthouse at Cape Disappointment State Park.
Long Beach, boardwalk and access trail from our beach house.
Private cove at Cape Disappointment State Park.
Meg on the Long Beach access trail.
Dune grass along the Long Beach boardwalk.
Sunset on Long Beach from our beach house.
Beside the Astoria-Megler bridge.
Looking at the mouth of the Columbia River from North Head.

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  1. A remarkably boring collection of “seen 1000 times on Flickr” catchy colours soul-less snapshots, that leads to question your arrogance and tone on the photography subject.

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