I’m blessed to live in the Pacific Northwest where it’s very green. While I love how green it is around here, in order to get all that greenness there’s also a lot of rain. Like, Way Too Much rain! I find myself noticing and drawn to green things even when I’m not in Oregon, and perhaps because there are different green things than what I see in Oregon, I take lots of photos of green plants. In honor of St. Patrick’s day, I thought I’d share a few.
Fan palm tree
Through the arch
I’ve been obsessed with catching sunsets lately. I was trying to catch a good one from Crown Point off the Columbia River Highway and mostly just got some golden glow in the sky. Sometimes you can catch a good one, sometimes not, and sometimes you just have to go chasing sunsets! It’s all about being in the right place at the right time. From the golden glows to the brightest of pinks, here are a few of my favorites. How absolutely beautiful when God paints the skies in glorious colors for us to enjoy at the beginning and end of our days!
That one day, when I saw a cloud that looked like the angel of God painting the heavens in beautiful colors as she glided slowly across the skies…
Late spring sunset by the iconic beaver dam at Schwabachers Landing in Jackson Hole, Wyoming (USA) by Jerry Patterson
Dandelion against sunset skies
You see my eyes like an open door
Sunset, Columbia River Gorge – from Vista House