Thank you for visiting my blog and choosing to spend time here. As a photographer, I always appreciate feedback and hearing what other people think.
Feel free to share the link to the site with friends, but please be courteous and do not steal.
All images, still and moving, and text are copyright © 2007-2015 Stephanie Hinkle. No part of this site may be reproduced, stored in or introduced into a retrieval system, transmitted, manipulated, copied or used in any form without the prior written consent of the author and/or the publisher. Any person involved in any unauthorized act in relation to the content of this site may be liable to criminal prosecution and civil claims for damages.
Category Archives: Landscapes
We adventured to Whidbey Island last weekend and stayed at a house with a view of the Olympic Mountains and Useless Bay. Walking out on the beach, we were able to look back to the East and see the Cascade … Continue reading
Adventure time in the North Cascades! Our 12 mile hike that we planned for Larch Lake yesterday ended up being 21 miles, a 3,000 foot gain in elevation, 12 hours and only seeing Julius Lake. And it would have been … Continue reading
I love Kerry Park. I don’t know why it took me so long to find that place, I’ve lived here most my life. Despite the rocky start to the weekend weather wise, another beautiful Seattle day is in the books … Continue reading
What a beautiful night for a send off. While I still get to see her at work tomorrow, I’m glad that so many people gathered to show their love and support tonight and send Mo and her family off on … Continue reading
Ok, stroll is a little misleading. Hike, perhaps? All I know is we ended up doing about 3 miles tonight on the Meadowdale Trail, watched the dogs run around on the beach, and 3 hours later am concerned that I … Continue reading
Steph’s in-laws came to visit for a week at the end of July and one of the adventures I got to go on with them was a ride on the ferry. Edmonds to Kingston – a little antiquing, food, and … Continue reading
Remember to stop and enjoy the moment you are in and the beauty life has to offer all around you. This day was spent playing tourist for me, but not for this couple.
I wanted to shoot the white lily that was out back but it wasn’t as vibrant and the light wasn’t right for it. Instead I found these out front and loved the color! I didn’t even have to touch the … Continue reading
On the way home from an excessive amount of Father’s Day eating, there was quite a lovely sunset going on and while it took me a few minutes to get it right while driving down the freeway, I’m reminded of … Continue reading