Lost Lake

This is the year where I promised to stop taking Portland for granted and enjoy all it has to offer. In the winter, I rode out towards Mt. Hood to romp around in the snow with the boys from Harlowe and the Great North Woods. In the spring, I capitalized on my newfound ability to get pizza at almost any hour. Now, in the summer, I’ve watched fireworks on Mt. Tabor, drank gin on the Sandy River, and finally visited Lost Lake.

It only took me 3 years.

Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Driving to Lost Lake Hood River, OR - Trail to Lost Lake Portland Portrait Photographer - Bokeh Panorama Portrait in Lost Lake Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Portraits in Lost Lake Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Sitting by the river at Lost Lake Hood River, OR - Frog at Lost Lake Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Sunglasses and Towel at Lost Lake Portland Portrait Photographer - Bokeh Panorama Portrait at Lost Lake - Mt Hood, OR Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Swimming at Lost Lake Portland Portrait Photographer - Daniel Dixon at Lost Lake Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Throwing Rocks at Lost Lake Dead Tree Roots at Lost Lake, OR Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Tan Lines on Feet - Lost Lake, OR Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Swimming at Lost Lake Portland Lifestyle Photographer - Sipping Whiskey at Lost Lake Portland Oregon Photographer - Mark Robertson at Lost Lake Portland Oregon Photographer - View of Mt. Hood from Lost Lake

7 Comments

  1. O.M.G water, tan lines, jean jacket, roots, frog, Chris on that log. Kim, these are stunning and showcase summer to the MAX! Love ya!

  2. Lovely photos :)
    I think we often underestimate what (and also who) we have close to us.
    This summer I was forced to look differently at my town because I had no money to travel and go on vacation. So I stayed in my hometown and discovered some pretty things I hadn’t notice before ;)

  3. It. Is. A. Maze. Ing. Magic, lady.
    Three years? You must feel pretty foolish, now. GOD I WISH I LIVED IN OREGON!!!

  4. Oh, Kim, those are beautiful! The one of your friend swimming with I’m-not-sure-what-mountain in the background is so incredible!

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