Blossoms For Miles by Randy Richards


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Hood River Oregon, USA is know for lots of wind (one of the wind surfing capitals of the world) and lots of fruit trees. In the spring thousands and thousands of various fruit trees blossom either white or pink. It’s a stunning sight as you gaze up the steeply sloping ground which eventually becomes Mt Hood. You can go to a place called Panaroma Point and for many miles you can see the beautiful Spring and Fall colors of the Hood River Valley. Taken with a Canon 5D and a 28-135.

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I have had a camera in my hand since the late sixties! Recently someone looked at a photo display I had in a coffee shop and got goose bumps. All I try to do is to capture various aspects of God’s amazing creation and let you also enjoy what I am seeing! If you get goose bumps, that’s great. But remember I only capture what he created. He creates, I capture, we enjoy.

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  • PrairieRose
    PrairieRoseover 5 years ago

    BEAUTIFUL country image!!! :))))

  • PrairieRose
    PrairieRoseover 5 years ago

    Ha..Ha!!! I hope fast is good as well!!! cheers, Rosie

  • Digitalbcon
    Digitalbconover 5 years ago

    Wow!!! What a beautiful spring landscape!! Well done!!!

  • Thanks, Blair, it was a very fun photo outing a couple of Saturday’s ago.

    – Randy Richards

  • lorilee
    lorileeover 5 years ago

    What a lovely scene – just beautiful!!!!!

  • Thank you, thank you. It was a fun couple of half days I got to spend out in the gorge!

    – Randy Richards

  • Debbie Roelle
    Debbie Roelleover 5 years ago

    Nice image, the blossoms are only here for short time, thanks for sharing.

  • They do go fast. The nice thing about here is there is such a differece in elevation that you can actually see good blooms for about 3 weeks. The lower ones first and then they open later on as you get higher up.

    – Randy Richards

  • nadine henley
    nadine henleyover 5 years ago

    great story to go with this great shot!

  • JacquiK
    JacquiKover 5 years ago

    Fantastic picture Randy.

  • Jacqui, you seem to like my shots so much that I think you need to take a vacation in Oregon and come and get some yourself!

    – Randy Richards

  • Barbara Manis
    Barbara Manisover 5 years ago

    Beautifully captured, excellent composition!

  • Thanks, Barb, you would have enjopyued the sights I saw this day, too bad the light was not more cooperative.

    – Randy Richards

  • HG. QualityPhotography
    HG. QualityPho...over 5 years ago

    BEAUTIFUL country image

  • Thanks, Hans, it was wonderful to be out in the Hood River valley again in the spring. I have not been there for almost 7 years.

    – Randy Richards

  • Gramia97
    Gramia97over 5 years ago

    Congratulations – This ART is Featured in the All Oregon USA Group

    Jen Dave & Debbie

  • Thanks yo very much, Debbie. I had a lot of fun this day!

    – Randy Richards

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