Fall Gets Crisp Sometimes.

There's No Place Like Home!

I married 4 years ago and live in Garden Home, between
Tigard and Beaverton. We go to the coast regularly. After 61 years in Portland, I've discovered it doesn't matter how many times you go to the Oregon coast, or Portland, or even your own front yard. It's new, wonderful, beautiful, and always different. I started taking pictures of my surroundings with the thought, "Does anyone else see this the same way it looks to me?" The first picture I took of frozen fall leaves off the trees my new husband and I had planted the second year we were together. The second picture was early morning coming into Portland on I-5 on our way to Rooster Rock Park to go fishing. The third picture was taken on the beach at Lincoln City in the evening while walking my dog. The family just looked like they needed to capture a moment in time that would never happen again.

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Faye says ... on Thursday, Oct 24 at 3:27 PM

Very pretty! Makes me want to move back to my home state. The colors are intense and the last picture is so sudtle, it's striking!

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