Goodbye Osoyoos

 

I think I ask myself every year, “why can’t we just stay forever?”.     We had almost an hour pit stop on the way home when the highway was closed due to a logging truck running off the road.2014-10-18_00852014-10-18_00892014-10-18_00862014-10-18_00872014-10-18_00882014-10-18_00902014-10-18_00912014-10-18_00962014-10-18_00922014-10-18_00932014-10-18_00972014-10-18_00942014-10-18_00982014-10-18_0095

Osoyoos Desert Centre

We got the kids all up early to head out to the desert centre one morning (obviously we needed to go when the light was better!). K LOVED learning about all the animals.  I shot a lot of these with my manual Tilt Shift, a bunch with my macro, and few with my 24-105, and Paul shot a bunch with his favorite, my 70-200.

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Osoyoos 2014 The Drive

On the way up to Osoyoos this year we stopped in Blaine to pick up a some bathing suits and an old manual focus Tilt+Shift lens and decided to continue our drive through The North Cascades. It was so beautiful and was nice to get a bit of a change of scenery instead of our usual drive. These were all taken with an 80mm manual focus Tilt+shift while I learned how to use it. Halfway through our drive we found out that the highway had been closed because of the fires – luckily we were able to detour and get around it!

 

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