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Tag Archives: nature
Black-bellied Plovers & seafoam. Fungus on wood. White Tulips & Chardonnay Pearls. Tiny Snowman on Starbucks outside table. Our Star called Sun.
When sun shines on icicles, and they don’t melt, you know it’s cold out there! When skies are clear, yet the sun doesn’t melt snow from the trees, it’s bitter cold. My favorite frosty photo. Ice crystals forming on the … Continue reading
Autumn cheer from Jello and Lindy!
Low tide at Beard’s Hollow, provides a peek into the geology and ecology of this region where the North American Continent and the Pacific Ocean meet, on the north shore of the Columbia River. Buffeted by wind and waves over … Continue reading
~ Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge # 64: Countryside and/or Small Towns ~ In Praise of Washington ~
I grew up on the outskirts of Wenatchee, Washington where our ‘end of the road’ neighborhood was surrounded by apple, cherry, peach and apricot orchards. From the fruited valleys, my family moved to a 40 acre farm near Pullman, Washington … Continue reading
Being the in-house barista and omelette-chef in our home, it is always a welcome break to be treated to brunch. When we stay on Long Beach, we often go to Bailey’s Bakery & Cafe in Nahcotta. Some folks consider walking … Continue reading