Peace on Earth (clouds cold+snap sunrise+sunset winter sky trees water ). Photo by CoastalCruiser

Peace on Earth

Uploaded by: CoastalCruiser

Thursday December 16, 2010

Gardiner, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Gardiner, Oregon




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About CoastalCruiser


Hi, my name is Debbie and I live in Reedsport, Oregon "Gateway to the Dunes". I'm a retired IT Analyst but love all things "art" - I design and create jewelery, I charcoal sketch wildlife, paint in acrylics, write poetry, play guitar, and love to cook! I just recently discovered photography but don't have a decent digital camera to capture an accurate depiction of what my eye is seeing. My eldest son is a professional photographer and he says I have a "good eye" for composition. I may have to learn to use the Nikon film camera my younger son gave me a couple of years ago to see if it does a better job for me...or, I could stand on the street corner until I bum enough money for a nice digital camera!

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