Posts Tagged: Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge

2021 is Wide Open

Rather than lament this past (insert expletive) year, I am just going to happy dance myself into 2021. When has a year felt so poised for a fundamental shift in how we care for ourselves, each other, and our precious planet? We can only change the world if we welcome change with a big hug. And, don’t we all need a hug right now?

It appears that I am not the only one feeling this sense of being wide open in the new year. I shipped two prints in the first week of 2021. Both are inspiring scenes filled with vibrant, in-your-face color. Both are also expansive, breathtaking breath-filling examples of what we can experience when we protect our public lands.

“Tree of Life” was taken in the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, and has been published by both the Sherwood Chamber of Commerce and The Wetlands Conservancy. To see a full collection of prints, visit the AngieWindheimPhoto Etsy Shop.
“Sunset Over Sage” was taken in the Steens Mountain Wilderness.