Rogue National Forest is in Bloom
May 08, 2015 • 4 Comments
Yesterday while out exploring the Rogue/Umpqua Rivers Scenic Byway I spied dogwood trees in bloom. I scouted with my iPhone and will return in later light. I'm guessing a good time of day for photographing the dogwoods on a bright sunny day will be afternoon. And, as usual, I will return a few times to the location to create images that speak to the "right place, right time".
I especially like the top photo of dogwoods. That one is hard to beat. I find this new site works for me!
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