*Wish | Camera… the instrument

Photography…

the music of light I wish to play

by heart.

Nature…

the illuminating notes that inspire

my soul.

                                                    – Jane Wilson

 


Weekly Photo Challenge: March 8,2017 | “Wish”


* 10/35   I’m playing catch-up with 2017 Weekly Photo Challenge Posts | Names, Ambience, Graceful, Re-purpose, Solitude, Shadow, Against the Odds, A Good Match, The Road Taken, Wish, Atop, It Is Easy Being Green!, Dense, Security, Surprise, Earth, Wanderlust, Danger!, Reflecting, Heritage, Evanescent, Friend, Order, Focus, Transient, Delta, Bridge, Collage, Unusual, Satisfaction, Textures, Elemental, Ooh, Shiny!, Corner, Structure

8 comments

    1. Wish… sounds like Trish.
      What a tribute to her father and pieces of -what could have been – lost history. I wasn’t long on her blog, but long enough to want to go back and read some more. Thanks for the link, Ken. And… the compliment- she impresses me as a remarkable lady. Have a pleasant day, my friend.

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    1. Jim, you have a good eye for Oregon ecoregions! The park was quite peaceful… an after summer season, mid-week camping trip. And, there were still restrictions on dune buggies…

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    1. Thank you 🙂
      This photo taken along the Oregon Coast. Here is some information I cut from Wikipedia for you:
      Cleawox Lake (klē’ ə woks),is a body of water dammed by sand dunes along the Pacific Ocean coast of the U.S. state of Oregon. The lake is about 3 miles (5 km) south of Florence along U.S. Route 101. Sharing the lakeshore are private properties as well as Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area and Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park.

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