Autumn Images

Autumn

My favorite Season…

Click on any of the below to enlarge or CLICK HERE to go to the photo album:

Enjoy!


 

 

City of Redmond, Oregon Election 2018 – DON’T BE DECEIVED

WARNING: State of Oregon Voters Pamphlet Deception: (Print Version) Redmond Voters: SEE Pages 9-34, 9-35 and 9-36 are DECEPTIVE…George Endicott, Krisanna Clark-Endicott, and Jay Patrick are identified as “Non-Partisans.” THIS IS NONSENSE!!! EACH of these candidates has  self-identified as “REPUBLICAN” in previous public pronouncements. Endicott endorsed Patti Adair for Pete’s sake. EACH of these candidates are died in the wool right wing conservative Republicans. Krisanna Clark Endicott was the subject of a recall election in October 2017 (ONE YEAR AGO) in Sherwood Oregon. Sherwood City Councilwomen Jennifer Harris and Sally Robinson were removed from office in that recall election on October 17, 2017. Krisanna Clark-Endicott was targeted for recall in the same recall election in Sherwood — but she resigned from office on October 3, 2017. Clark-Endicott touts “Prior Governmental Experience: Republican Nomination for State
Representative, District 26, 1992 ,” in a previous State of Oregon Voters Pamphlet. DON’T BE DECEIVED.

NOTE: George Endicott is endorsed by Republican Greg Walden in the 2018 State of Oregon Voters Pamphlet. Republican Tony DeBone endorses Jay Patrick while Republican Patti Adair endorses Krisanna Clark Endicott…in the 2018 State of Oregon Voters Pamphlet.

DON’T BE DECEIVED REDMOND VOTERS!!!


 

RHS JV 2 vs. Willamette – Football – 10-11-2018 – by Bill Dahl

 

RHS v Willamette

The following are images captured during the Redmond Panthers JV-2 football game vs. Willamette in Redmond, OR on Thursday 10-11-2018.

These are HIGH quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. Use an iPad, tablet, laptop, PC monitor or stream to your HDTV.

  1. CLICK HERE to go to the photo album

2. Second –  click the first image

3. Third –  click SLIDE SHOW and use FULL SCREEN to View.

Or click on the Image below and follow steps 2 and 3 above:

Redmond Panthers vs. Willamette

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ENJOY!!!


 

 

Autumn by Bill Dahl

My favorite season…inspiring, motivating, magnificent…

These are my images – ALL Rights Reserved and Copyrighted.

Enjoy!!!


 

Autumn in Grand Teton National Park

This is a photograph of Grand Teton reflecting in the Snake River in late September 2015…It was a magical moment…one where you simply decide to sit and ponder the magnificence before you.

You can click the image above to enlarge it. It is my unequivocal favorite image of autumn. Moran Junction, Wyoming – just east of Oxbow Bend. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED…Copyrighted.

Enjoy!

 


 

Wildlife Photography by Bill Dahl

Over the past 15 years I have been fortunate to capture images of wildlife in their natural habitat. There are NO zoo, domestic or farm animals contained in this Photo album. The images were captured in the Pacific Northwest, Montana, eastern Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Colorado – The American West. Yes – there are some trout, fly and salmon fishing images in this album. Of course – a few of Reggie and me – as well as a few sunsets.

 

DO NOT view on a damn cell phone.

 

NOTE: A number of these images have been captured in the  “beyond” of the Tetons and Rockies – Grizzly bear country – DO NOT venture out into these areas ( even to “fish” or a “short hike”) without a large caliber hand gun, firearm license for that State, marine/compressed air horn, binoculars, and bear spray…there is rarely such a thing as a “close call” with a Grizzly…don’t take chances – be safe…it’s the ONLY time I EVER possess or carry a firearm. The aforementioned is not an opinion – it is by virtue of years of experience “out there.” It’s common sense. Predator images, as well as elk, mountain sheep, mountain goats, and moose – were captured using a professional L series Canon 70-200 mm USM II f2.8 telephoto lens with a 2 X Canon extender (with camera crop factor – shooting at 640 mm ) – translation: well over 100 yards away – and may have been cropped in post-production to zoom in further on the creature(s). Don’t approach wildlife – they’re wild – you’re an intruder – a potential threat – and – food. You simply cannot safely capture these images on a cell phone or with a compact digital camera in the wild. Don’t try it. Again, be safe. Be respectful of creatures where they live. I am. So is Reggie.

 

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Big Bull Moose

 

 

ENJOY! – Questions or comments – contact me or submit a comment below…


 

 

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