on Google Maps

fishinoregon's conversations

Beautiful image L+F!

Beautiful farm lands (nice photo!) While stationed in Schweinfurt in 1974-75 we would do our daily run along this very road. Thank you for posting this photo and thank you for reminding me just how beautiful the area is.

As I reached the summit of Shasta I looked around and thought to myself, there is nothing higher than me for hundreds of miles in any direction. Just about that time a news bee flew up and over my head. So much for being the highest for miles around. Happy climbing!

two Green Banks hikers. The Green Banks are nice to look at on your way to the summit, but I would never climb it from the south side as in this photo.

Hello hwait2002. This is an amazing photo because of the lack of snow. I've reached the summit of Shasta 4 times and never saw so little snow as in your photo. First time I climbed Shasta was in Sept of 1980. There was so much snow we had to put on our crampons right in the parking area at the old ski resort. Thanks for posting this great photo and happy climbing.

dane024, Wow, look at all the climbers! I've reached the summit of Shasta 4 times and never seen so many folks on the mountain. Even still, you've taken some wonderful photos. Happy climbing!

NWicon, great photo from Shasta summit looking north to Mt McLoughlin. When preparing to climb Shasta I would always climb McLoughlin first, just to get in shape. It takes a lot to climb Shasta and I must congratulate you on reaching the summit. I've been there 4 times myself.

Beautiful photos. My best from Oregon USA.

Beautiful picture and great views and reflections like

Taksim Square is beautiful and this photo is also. It looks very much like nice tile was used across the entire square. And you can sure see the European design in the buildings. It appears the only power line above ground is for the electric trains, which ensures a very clean style.

Now today I see on the news how a protest to save a nearby park has gotten out of control. I will stand with those who wish to keep the park as it provides "refuge" from all the steel and concret in this area of the city. It's important to have these parks and "greenways" and we see that in all major cities. It's a place to get away from it all, a place to relax and enjoy nature and the way the area was once like. Yep, save those trees and save that park. Give the people that small area of the city where they can still look up through the trees at the blue sky and dream of how good things can be.

« Previous12Next »


  • loading Loading…


fishinoregon's groups