Posts tagged terri jo adams
I discovered I had overlooked a frost photo from the big hoar frost we had last month. This one is by guest photographer Terri Jo Adams. Thanks, Terri Jo!
I have some more frost images I took I haven’t posted… if I run out of other things, I might be posting those here and there. We’ll see out it goes.
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams spotted this early sign of spring. Her description:
Here’s a picture to lift folks’ spirits – this is either one of my crocus’ or one of my daffodils – making a stand in my flower bed – telling me spring is just around the corner! (we hope)
I certainly wouldn’t mind if spring got here soon. Thanks, Terri Jo.
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams sent in today’s lovely image of a frost-covered field from the area’s big ol’ Hoarfrostfest. That’s what I’m calling it – Hoarfrostfest. Thanks, Terri Jo!
The weather changed yesterday; it warmed up a bit and rain set in. But I’m perfectly happy posting more photos of the frost, so more photos of the frost I shall post. Unless snow happens. Then all bets are off.
Guest photographer time! Terri Jo Adams was lucky to see this rainbow yesterday. Her description:
I took this photo today while walking my pup. I was being drenched, but by golly, I managed to snap this using my cell phone! Ahhhhh, the joys of Oregon sunshine!
I love rainbows. Thanks, Terri Jo!
Guest photographer Terri Jo Adams captured something pretty nifty — a fire tornado (see the Wikipedia article about them). Terri Jo said, “A rare opportunity arose to capture a field fire twister in action – amazing isn’t it?!” That it is. Very cool.
Click on the thumbnail at right to see a close-up of the twister part of the photo above. Thanks, Terri Jo! And I apologize for not getting this posted sooner (she sent this to me about a week ago), but the SummerFest photos took up more days than I anticipated.
We have another update from guest photographer Terri Jo Adams of the TG Nichol Plumbing building construction in nearby Aumsville. The business was destroyed in December, 2010, by a tornado. Terri Jo’s description:
March 26, 2012. With a little bit of luck and a whole lot of perseverance and some time (duh), look who’s finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Nichol Plumbing is having their open house at the end of this month! Kudos to them !!!!! (We’re almost to the end of the “tornado update” photos)
Very cool. In case you can’t read the sign, it says “open house, March 31, 1:00-4:00.”