A Northwest Moment

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Red on White

Last week Liddy and I made a quick run south to Mt. Saint Helens. The weather forecast promised sun with clouds. It had the potential for a stellar sunset. Nothing ventured, nothing gained they say. We hopped into the Prius and headed south. We stopped in Olympia for a sandwich and to fillup the Prius. …

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Iris’s by the pond

In my previous post, Going Wild, I talked about Sumner Meadows and how it is … well … Going Wild. There are a number of ponds, and this one has Iris’s growing in a location I would not have expected. It was, of course, the splash of yellow that caught my eye.

Going Wild

Woke up the other day to see a light fog outside the window. After rinsing the eyeballs to make sure that wasn’t the problem we jumped in the Prius and ran down to Sumner Meadows to see if we could find a shot.

Tipsoo Lake, Late May

Mt Rainier in the Spring is stunning with its pristine white dress of snow. I love to drive up to Chinook Pass shortly after the highway (Washington SR 410) is reopened after a long cold winter. It is one of the more Picturesque highways in the Cascades I think.

On Shooting Bald Eagles

Putting Shooting and Bald Eagles together like this in a title is pure click bait. On the other hand, that is what I want to ramble on about in this post. That and wildlife photography in general.

May Day

Yesterday was May 1st. May Day. Yesterday was also a gorgeous day for a drive and a perfect day to complete a project our Grandaughter, Skylar’s teacher assigned to us. (Us? Assignment?) So Skylar’s class has just finished reading the tale of Flat Stanley. The project was to create a Flat Skylar and send it …

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Pretty in Pink

Springtime is wonderful! After weeks of drab dreary days. Of snow and rain and cold. The promise of Spring brings new life.