Chinese Lantern Festival in Spokane, WA

If you haven’t seen the Chinese Lantern Festival in Spokane yet I recommend it… Make sure you get to see the show they put on a couple times a day… They balance stuff & contort & have the best face changing… One display was all tiny vials of colored liquid that were all wired together to […]

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Deer in Hope, Idaho

It’s great when wild animals allow you to get so close to them sometimes… They must know that I’m carrying a camera & not a gun ;)  

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Fishing Trip to Horseshoe Lake

The company I work for took us on a fly fishing trip to Horseshoe Lake, Washington… We had the entire lake to ourselves… The fog in the morning was beautiful & the lake was glass most of the day… Made for some cool photographs.

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Milky Way over Pend Oreille Lake, Idaho

No moon and a crystal clear night made capturing the stars and the Milky Way a little simpler than any other day.  

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Lightning over Pend Oreille Lake

Last weekend I lucked out and caught some great lightning bolts over Pend Oreille Lake.

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Icy crystals

April 16, 2015 by brandon mauth Nature 0 Comments

Cold mornings are bad when it rains all night… Kinda hard to open your doors when they are frozen shut… But they do create some beautiful ice crystal once in a while!

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Downtown Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Downtown Playa del Carmen, Mexico is awesome! The shops, the people, the art, the beach… It was beautiful!

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Rough Ocean in Mexico

The waves were beautiful and the water was even better as people set out for an adventure of scuba diving on the second largest reef in the world I think.

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Stormy Beach in Mexico

The storms were fast in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. You would have full hot sun and then you would see a dark cloud, the wind would blow, and then all out down pour.

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Nuthatch

Nuthatch singing away with some chickadees.

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Chickadee

Small chickadee hanging around singing a song for me.

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Poplar Trees in Autumn

I love the thousands of acres of rows and rows of poplar trees along the Columbia Gorge in Oregon. If you line up just right you can see down a row forever but if you move just a bit they all hide each other and you can’t see far at all.

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