One of my favorites from a recent trip to the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad in May. I recently finished editing photos from the trip, so I’ll post Part 1 of the Trip Report on Tuesday.
Engineer Robert “Bullet Bob” Longo awaits his next assignment in the cab of WW&F #9. Actually, he’s waiting for the start of the night photo session during the Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington’s 2018 Spring Photo Excursion and the assembled photographers have asked him to pose for a photo as the sun sets behind us.
I finished editing the photos from this trip, so look for a Trip Report on Tuesday.
Lower Latourell Falls, from Guy W. Talbot State Park which is located in the Columbia River Gorge. This one required some patience because it was one of the few waterfall trails that was open again following the Eagle Creek Fire. As a result there were many people milling around at the base of the falls.
Wreck of the Peter Iredale, Fort Stevens State Park, Oregon. The Peter Iredale was a four-masted steel barque sailing vessel that ran ashore October 25, 1906, on the Oregon. The remains of the hull are a popular photography spot. While I was hoping for a nice sunset, we at least had some nice clouds.
I took this one during a trip to Oregon in May, on the way to a Photo Charter on the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad. I’ll post a trip report soon.