Sunrise on Oregon’s Highway 20 near the small town of Burns. This stretch of Highway 20 is usually pretty boring, but the colors of sunrise added just enough color and excitement. I decided to pull of the road and take a few shots. Glad I did!
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I will soon be adding some new product to my website. My new ebook will be available in November as a digital download. I will also be offering greeting cards and post cards. Both will be printed on Red River Pecos Gloss card stock. Greeting cards will come in a pack of 12 and will include matching white envelopes and a clear plastic box. The post cards will come in a pack of 10 and will include a clear plastic box. The stationary products will be available for purchase at the end of October and the ebook will be released in the first part of November. For more information check my website at www.michaelkish.com regularly for product updates.
I grew up in Missouri Valley, Iowa and so I’m no stranger to severe weather. The other night/morning (3:45 am) I saw lighting way in the distance from my deck. I checked the weather and radar and saw a storm cell near Sweet Home, Oregon. I grabbed my gear and set out with hopes of catching some lighting shots. The storm never really materialized and a few minutes after I made this shot the rain started to come down thus ending my night. Not a great shot, but the thrill of chasing this storm made it all worth it.