Finally, a gorgeous spring day. We took at short drive south to Sunriver Resort to walk around and take some photos.
Sunriver is a destination resort with plenty of outdoor activities. Because it was such a beautiful day, there were many people out walking or bicycling on their many bike/walking trails.
Some of the facilities are not yet open as it is too early in the season, but within a month, it will be hustling and bustling.
Due to the recent heavy snow and rain, several areas are still puddled with water, which makes for great reflections.
15 Replies to “Day 98 – Sunriver”
Through your lens my desire to visit your country getting high!I wish for this trip!!!!
Isn’t it a prairie dog?
I’m not sure. He was pretty small and the prairie dogs I’ve seen were bigger. I’ve seen these guys around.
What a gorgeous place! 🙂
I could see my self sitting on that bench for hours!! Beautiful photos Maralee.
It’s a very pretty place. I want to explore it more this summer.
What a fantastic place Maralee and you shot some amazing pictures there
Thanks, Joanna. It is a beautiful place. I’ll go back when the marina opens and the kayakers and canoeists are out and the horse stables are open. Lots of activity there.
Our favorite vacation spot. We rent a condo for the week and hubs golfs while I pursue creative stuff; walks, photographs, drawing and sitting on the deck listening to the music of the pines.
Number 1, 5 and 6…. these are so beautiful dear Tuxedo, you captured amazing reflections and fascinated me so much. Do you have photoshop, you can create such a beautiful watercolour painting images with this program… I can imagine. Thank you, you are doing great shot. With my love, nia
Wov … what a view you have around you .. every day. Stunning. The last is my pick – love the mountain, the bench and the reflections the puddle/water – so beautiful. Can here the silence over here.
Viveka – you are so kind with all your comments. Thank you.
Are there any bad days to take pictures up where you live?.. wonderful place you live I must come visit.
Yes. You must. It’s a beautiful place. Snow covered mountains, fishing streams, lots of open road for bicycling . . .