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This photo expresses the immense power man has to create tools from metal that transform the world around us. Three iconic photos of wood in the Pacific Northwest; a wooden foot-bridge, a stack of cut logs from a harvested … Continue reading
All week I’ve contemplated what to post for this challenge. Seeing a Gray Whale that had washed up on the beach because it was starving, had me thinking about the delicate balance of life in our ecosystem. But, those images … Continue reading
For Cee’s challenge I’m featuring some previously posted shots, plus two photographs taken this week at Long Beach, WA. Thank you Cee for all you do to keep us taking and looking at photographs!
As the centennial anniversary of Washington State approached, the industries that had supported the Long Beach peninsula – timber and fishing – were declining. In 1985 Ilwaco Port Director, Bob Peterson spearheaded an effort to “paint larger-than-life murals on the … Continue reading
“The ground we walk on, the plants and creatures, the clouds above constantly dissolving into new formations – each gift of nature possessing its own radiant energy, bound together by cosmic harmony.” Ruth Bernhard https://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/2019/05/04/lens-artists-challenge-44-harmony/ … Continue reading