FALL approached and now October has arrived.  A new season and a new month?  I figured it was time for a new look for tee2envisage.  Simple, clean, and minimal.  Sometimes that is all you need.  I promise to bring you more colors through my posts! *wink*  A few fall/October photos to share from my i5C with the lovely help of natural lighting.




I couldn’t stop admiring the texture of these leaves.  Maybe an inspiration on my next DIY project?  Sounds pretty sweet to me. Hope your Tuesday is going well!

Art, Flowers, Photography

Summer is nearby.

I have been in such a doodle mode. Made use of my color sharpies. Here are a few of flowers– all random.






Enjoy! Hope you had a wonderful Wednesday.

Adventures, Art, Flowers, Photography


Today is a gloomy day with a bit of drizzle of rain.  Our  Tuesday traipse. While walking Remsen I captured the nature surrounding us.  (Remsen: a frenchie I am dog-sitting; post on Remsen is on its way) Photos taken with Nikon D80 and Nikkor 35mm.

Have a great Tuesday and I hope your traipse is as joyful today!

Adventures, Photography

NATURE shots.

Nature shots from Mt. Hood cabin this weekend.

Ta ta for now!

Adventures, Photography, Thenadays

Thenaday Thursday @ Oneonta Gorge in Columbia River

Walks, hopping over on the logs to get to our destination.

Even the Pug can do it on the pile of logs on top of each other!

Gorgeous caves.  Cold water, felt great after a few miles of hike on the horsetail.

New kicks all wet, but still look fresh.

Macro of wood chip.  I heart the contrast of wood chip against the flow of water and leaves.

Fish eye shot of the small rocks in the pathway.

Moss trees while hiking. Greens everywhere!

Mission accomplish!  Everyone’s sneakers got wet by the end of this trip.  The hiking crew.  Thanks Andrada for showing us around the Gorge.

All that hard work lead us to this. The Oneonta Fall.  The breeze, enjoyment of swimming in deep waters under the water fall.  Felt like heaven.

I had to capture this great work of architecture design of this tunnel on our way back to the car.

This is one of the must places to go when your here in Oregon!

Adventures, Photography, Thenadays

Laurelhurst Park

There are plenty of parks here in Portland. Laurelhurst is one of the few I am in love with. A park filled with green grass, a pond filled with ducks with intricate details of outer appearance, picnic tables, basketball/volleyball court, soccer field, unleashed dog area, and many more. A pet friendly park and family/friends can come together and enjoy the recreation and what it has to offer! In the 1980s the PP&R tried to rid the ducks from the pond due to murkiness look of the pond. It was unsuccessful and here the duck stays! Whooo hoo. My day spent here was with mutual friends of my half and I from Miami: Elena and William. William is a film/photographer. We went picture galore at this park. Here are a few to walk you through my day at Laurelhurst Park.  RAW shots with very minimal editing.  All natural blur from the D80.  Natural lighting is the best shots.  I went picture galore with macro shots.

The fuzzy balls caught my attention.

Overflown tree. Love its features.

Summer shot, but felt like a Christmas–maybe the fern made it so.

Spider making its web. Fascinating!

Bee pollinating on the hot pink daisy.

Bee pollinating on carnation.

Glade Mallows.

Mallard duck with blue spot feather.

Pond filled with Mallards.

Mommy & me feeding the ducks.  This was a must capture.  I admire something so simple can excite these little ones.

Elena and Will, friends from home.  Always great to have a buddy go picture galore with ya!

The shadows of light bouncing on the leaves.

Brick pathway into the wilderness.

Come visit this park if you are ever in Portland! Especially the summer to have a relaxing picnic, a run, walk in park with your dog, or feed the ducks.  They will appreciate it.

Happy Labor day weekend! Catch up with ya later.