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Lovely as it is, especially on Mother’s Day, yet with a bit of cropping it’s even better. Shortening the foreground brings the focus to mama Mallard and chicks. Reducing left and right borders brings the hen’s eye in line with … Continue reading
Stormy weather Rainclouds tumbling in from the Pacific Ocean announce with a rainbow that I’m about to get wet! Shorebirds sometimes appear to be oblivious to the wave action around them, however I’ve never witnessed a bird being overpowered by … Continue reading
Uprooted and blown by the wind, this tree trunk is in an always evolving dance with ocean and land. Below, it is in the distance. A beached utility pole, must have blown over in a windstorms. From the look of the wood, … Continue reading
Long Beach, Washington ~ USA Immature Bald Eagle perched on a large drift wood snag. Wishing everyone safe harbor as we navigate uncharted waters. Top of the morning to you!
For thirty years my husband and I vacationed on Orcas Island, WA – USA. Memories of the peaceful place we stayed would help power me through each year of counseling high school students. When I arrived, my body, mind and … Continue reading
Wishing everyone safe harbor as we navigate uncharted waters.
My name is Jello and I’m a “blue-tick” Beagle. My folks adopted me five years ago when I was four and we have lots of fun adventures together. I got really sick to my stomach the other day. Not sure … Continue reading