Here is her bloggy link if you would like to see her outstanding photography: "East Gwillimbury CameraGirl, Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA) ... and beyond".
We both shared such a love for travel & photography. You will be missed. Rest In Peace, great "CameraGirl", RIP! ( :
Where do we even start?, I continued to say to my hubby throughout our trip to Washington, Oregon, northern CA back in August 2015, that I wondered how I could take a picture of the whole tall tree? The trees in in the eastern US are huge, but the trees out west are gigantic, massive, huge!! There are .... THEY ARE!
...how do I even begin to show a picture of these awesome trees?
I don't own a fancy camera just a normal point and shoot. How do I express to you the magnitude of how tall these massive trees are? they are huge!!! & will you even get how many years, how many snows, how many wind storms, rain storms they have struggled through. It brings tears to my eyes. I am so blessed, so lucky to have seen these beauties in person. I hope these shots do you justice, do them justice. They are strong and mighty trees.
(or maybe it is because I am listening to "Vincent" by Don McLean. As a senior I took an art class & my teacher would play that song often, it is one of my favorites, I'm sure you know the painting... "Starry Starry Night" by Vincent Van Gogh. right?) Beth ( ;
Linking up to: "Good Fences" with Theresa.