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Two crows perched upon Clark’s Tree Sculpture, along the Discovery Trail, Long Beach, WA ~ USA Morning light on Long Beach, from early autumn through late spring is both defining and forgiving. Light diffused through fog sets the mood for … Continue reading
What a treat! Nature is filled with patterns that echo Abstract Art. Shots I’ve taken, like the one below have languished in my archives. Here’s my chance to feature some images that just don’t fit anywhere else! On a … Continue reading
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
Stacks of clouds Stacks of Oyster Shells Stacks of Crab Traps Stacks of migrating shorebirds. Stacks of Lenses (lighthouse lamp)
“…I am waiting for a rebirth of wonder…” “…and I am waiting for the American Eagle to really spread its wings and straighten up and fly right…” “…and I am waiting for forests and animals to reclaim the earth as theirs…” “…and I am waiting for … Continue reading