I just returned from a week-long trip east of Washington's Cascade
Mountains, on the "dry side" of the state. I "took a vow" of black and
white for this trip, bringing my Leica M Monochrom and 35, 50 and 90mm
lenses. I used a yellow filter a lot.
This turn-of-the-20th century courthouse is in Waterville, the Douglas
County seat. This combination of light and clouds lasted only a few seconds.
This public phone in the above courthouse's lobby is either a replica or
an old casing with modern electronics inside. Regardless, it fits.
Lake Chelan is a fjord-like lake, 55 miles (88 km) long, which begins in
the dry hills around Chelan, and cuts into the Cascade Mountains.
Here is a shot from the "Lady of the Lake II," which goes up and down
the lake each day.
And a broader shot close to Chelan, similar to what we saw our our
And here is Rocky Reach Dam, between Chelan and Wenatchee, as close as I
could get due to high security. Loved the cloud.
Enjoy, more to come.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/