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New on 500px : Rowena Sunrise II by scottsmorra by scottsmorra

The first rays of sunlight shining down over a field of Arrowleaf Balsamroot at Rowena Crest in the Eastern Columbia River Gorge.

This image was recently featured in the Pushing Reality Photography Exhibition at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River, Oregon. This gallery show featured an outstanding collection of images which were created in the Columbia River Gorge in 2013. I sold a matted/framed 12×18″ print of the image during the show, which makes this my first ever sale through a gallery!

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New on 500px : Awake and Dreaming by scottsmorra by scottsmorra

I’m happy to announce three of my images have been selected for the Pushing Reality Photography Exhibition and Sale at the Columbia Center for the Arts in Hood River, Oregon. If you are interested, you can read more about it on my Blog The image above is from a beautiful sunrise in the Columbia Hills of Washington a few weeks ago. This year’s mix of lupine and Arrowleaf Balsamroot is just about perfect. I was really happy to have a sky which compliments the colors of the flowers in the foreground. I hope you enjoy the image. Thanks in advance for any comments you have. I really appreciate it! Visit My Website/Blog Follow me on Google+ Follow me on Twitter
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New on 500px : Under the Oak Tree by scottsmorra by scottsmorra

Sunrise light and spring wildflowers (Arrowleaf Balsamroot and Lupine) in the Columbia Hills of Washington. The waning gibbous moon is also visible above the tree. The wildflowers and sunrise light were incredible yesterday morning. It was a fun morning of shooting with some of the best photographers in the Pacific Northwest (Jeremy Cram, Alan Howe, Michael Bollino, Christina Angquico, Scott Miller, Alex Noriega, Paul Bowman, TJ Thorne). I’m looking forward to seeing everyone’s images from the trip. It was a great morning to be out in the hills, because there was almost no wind….and no ticks! Strong winds are quite common in the Columbia Hills and can make photography a nightmare. The lack of wind yesterday made capturing and processing this image a breeze (pun intended)! Thank you for all of the comments. I really appreciate it. Visit My Website/Blog Follow me on Google+ Follow me on Twitter
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