Once again another year is coming to a close for all of us which brings time to look back on the past and what might lie ahead for the new year. This year marks the 5 year milestone since Photo Cascadia was born. Surviving the toddler years we are feeling strong with a continued united mission “learn, explore, create” as we intended from the early days. It’s pretty amazing how well we all get along. Some of us knew nothing more than the name and associated photos of each other when Photo Cascadia started. That said Photo Cascadia would not be where it is today without you. Thank you to all of our subscribers and viewers to the newsletter, blog, social media and everywhere else!
Looking back at the photos each of us from Photo Cascadia captured this year and the places we visited, we feel truly fortunate. Wherever 2014 took you with your photography adventures we hope you enjoy looking back at what it brought for you. For us viewing this slideshow is fresh reminder of the beauty that surrounds us on this planet. Regardless of politics, religion and other beliefs we all enjoy what earth has to offer us from grand landscapes to intimate scenes. A great quote that sums it up best.
“A landscape image cuts across all political and national boundaries, it transcends the constraints of language and culture.” – Charlie Waite
We invite you to take a few minutes (3:35 if I have to be exact) to see a few of our favorites from the team this past year. Slide show is best viewed full screen at 1080p resolution.
We will take a holiday break from blog posts until sometime in January. After that we should be posting again and look forward to engaging with all of you as we do throughout the year. We hope this holiday season brings you memorable experiences and quality time with family and friends.
Happy Holidays and New Year from the crew at Photo Cascadia!
Adrian Klein, Chip Phillips, David M Cobb, Kevin McNeal, Zack Schnepf and Sean Bagshaw
Location: Portland, OR
Adrian Klein has a passion for the outdoors and landscape photography that is endless. He has traveled the parks, shorelines and wilderness capturing images that represent each area through his own artistic eye from the curbs to the far off trails.