Cape Disappointment is nothing short of spectacular. The guy that named it (Capt. John Meares) was obviously not a photographer. But then, since he named that cape in 1788, 100 years before the first Kodak camera was sold, he couldn’t have known what a joy it is to preserve the beauty of the world around him. We were at Cape Disappointment for several hours the other day and the gorgeous light there was changing constantly, keeping us constantly alert to its nuances. As the sun reflected its orange glow over the lighthouse the shadow of the lighthouse appeared on the face of the rock as the waves rolled in.