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Powderful

October hues and a couple casts along the Powder.

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So I changed the name, and the domain.

This means I’ll lose some of my past followers, and gain some new. As of now, with October around the corner, I’ll share a few recent pics, with hopefully more to come as my favorite month falls into view (see what I did there).

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Metolius River, taken by Karen. Trout were on fire here at Idiots Hole. A mass of hatches, including the usual suspects, danced and displayed themselves atop the surface, riding along before being gulped in a splash-like manner from an array of  green and blue backed red sides. Window of opportunity was abundant on this brilliant early fall day.

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Yes, I’ve got even more youngsters out back now.

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True, it’s a generic postcard shot, but I still dig it. Sunflowers out in the back, and a happy goldfinch.

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Pulaski season. Well, I actually framed this shot for catching those rays splicing through.

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Yes, it’s been a busy summer, and this girl helped out.

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My typical stance after an evening of sanding and priming.

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Admiring my handy work, not at all blowing on a spider.

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Stayton Blue Ditch

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Reaching Out

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Summer of Streams; Essentials

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You know it’s getting personal when clients shoot a text before I arrive for housesitting, “FYI: We’re out of creamer.”

Summer of Streams; Flirting With Ferns

SOS1I found myself flirting with this fern just after eight last night. A shallow smirk caught me off guard, while a comment was made on the whole situation,”There’s a photo here. Don’t mind if I do.” Current carried the ferns reply elsewhere, somewhere downstream. But it’s the idea, and it’s kind of right here.

Rusty Bottoms

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