Sunday, October 30, 2011

Fall in Camas

Fall is underway here in southern Washington. It is often hard in cities to even catch the sunset. On Wednesday, there was some great light in Camas as I explored.
Nevada street, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
The Georgia Pacific paper mill dominates the western skyline.
Camas skyline, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
Old building, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
Sidewalk view, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
Wild vegetables, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
Old building, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
Old building, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
Sun sets down the tracks.
Sun sets down the tracks, BNSF line, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
Train station, BNSF Line, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/27/11
On Saturday morning, there was unexpected sunshine and the light was great in downtown Camas.
Old building, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/29/11
Sidewalk, Camas, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/29/11
Tree at the Camas library, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/29/11
Tree at the Camas library, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/29/11
Tree at the Camas library, WA, Andrew D. Barron©10/29/11
It is raining steady this Sunday morning. Yesterday afternoon, I took a trip over to Portland’ Hollywood district. I found my style of photography at odds with the pace and space allotted in urban Portland. But the light was great, even if I could barely get a shot out before I was in someone’s (in a much bigger hurry than me) way. Cities can be like that.

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