Sunday, July 12, 2020

New Photo Manipulation, New Photos, and Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve

New Photomanipulation
I started working on this the night before Memorial Day, with everything that has been going on in this nation I wanted to show how much this country, and how much the men and women who serve in our military who have fought for our freedoms means to me. Stock cloud my own. Flag stock and military stock Pixabay and Can Stock.

Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve
Woke up at 5 am this morning and headed towards Jackson Wetlands Preserve in Hillsboro, Oregon.

Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve

A trail I have never hiked before until this morning. The trail is open from dusk to dawn and is a 725 acre wetland. It has a Nature Center, a Pollinator Garden, Waterwise Garden, several viewing areas, several marshes and a pond.

Bobcat Marsh
Pintail Pond

It is a stock and wildlife photographer's paradise. 
Parts of the trail meanders along the Tualatin River, but most of the trail skirts along Kingfisher Marsh, Bobcat Marsh and Pintail Pond. The trail is approximately 2.9 + miles round-trip, depending on whether you decide to hike any of the extra viewing trail loops. 
The flower and shrub species varies to native to non-native. 

St. Johns wort
I will be having many of these pictures up for sale as prints or available as free stock on my website.
Keep on Creating!
Have a blessed week!

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