Oregon Badlands Wilderness, Pt 2

This post features additional monochrome western juniper tree and lava rock compositions from my visit to the Oregon Badlands Wilderness earlier last month. My previous post included details about this amazing landscape. This was supposed to be a Monochrome Monday post, but I just had too many items on my Labor Day to-do-list. So, its my Monochrome Tuesday, Day After Labor Day post instead.

Splintered Juniper Tree Composition 2
Splintered Juniper Tree Composition 2
Fallen Juniper and Volcanic Rock Composition 1
Fallen Juniper and Volcanic Rock Composition 1
Fallen Juniper Landscape Composition
Fallen Juniper Landscape Composition
Lava Rock Wall Composition 1
Lava Rock Wall Composition 1
Dying Juniper and Lava Rock Composition 1
Dying Juniper and Lava Rock Composition 1

My wife was appalled by my consistent grammatical errors and typos in recent posts. She told me “You don’t want readers to think you’re illiterate!” I told her not to worry, its just my ADD, and me getting a little older. She replied “Just read it out loud before you post!” That sounds like some good advice, I’ll give it a shoot.

Thanks for taking time to visit my photo blog! For the best viewing experience , click on an image to see a high resolution version, as well as other images from my Oregon Badlands Wilderness Gallery. Ha, ha “I’ll give it a shoot”! I’m so silly!

Cheers,

C. S.

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