Don Siebel Art Collections
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Artwork by Don Siebel
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Echo Lake Eagle Cap Wilderness by Don Siebel
The Red Barn by Don Siebel
Seven Devils Mountains of Idaho by Don Siebel
Mt Hood Oregon by Don Siebel
Multnomah Falls by Don Siebel
Sherars Falls Oregon by Don Siebel
Welsh Terrier by Don Siebel
Oregon's Eagle Cap Wilderness by Don Siebel
Traverse Lake Oregon by Don Siebel
Traverse Lake Sunset by Don Siebel
White Egret by Don Siebel
Heron Hiding by Don Siebel
Solar Eclipse Leaf Effect by Don Siebel
Totem by Don Siebel
Steel Blue Heron by Don Siebel
Calm Sea Angry Sky by Don Siebel
Hood River Fly In by Don Siebel
Old Faithful by Don Siebel
Parson Russell Terrier by Don Siebel
Transporting on the Columbia by Don Siebel
Canadian Stone Ram by Don Siebel
Villa Catalana by Don Siebel
Morning on the Palouse by Don Siebel
Above The Clouds by Don Siebel
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About Don Siebel
I have been very fortunate to live in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest most of my life. I became interested in photography through a Community College Class a number of years ago, but I am pretty much self-taught.
I have been a Hiker and Backpacker in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon and Washington for the last 30 years, although a little slower now. I love to take photos while on these ventures into the mountains. The Pacific Northwest coastline is another amazing place for photographing. Add all that to a wonderful family, our beautiful flower garden kept up by my wife, plus some travel, and I have more opportunities than I can imagine to take photos.
Each of my photographs represents a memory for me. I am a firm believer that photographs are memories of a time and of a place. To me and to others they may be the only photograph of that place at that time. I do not know of a photographer that cannot look at one of their photos and say where, why and when they took it.