The Painted Hills are a phenomenological geological formation in Central Oregon. They make up one-third of the John Day Fossil Bed National Landmark.
Kimberly and I decided to trek out that way late this past Spring. We had a large picnic, stared blissfully at the Hills, and set up camp under a large Juniper tree in the light of the stars some 15 miles past the Hills. Here is a look at our trip. The square photos at the end are taken with my Hasselblad 500 C/M, shot on Kodak Portra 400, and processed by Blue Moon here in Portland.