Happy thanksgiving to everyone!
This dam at Bays Mountain holds back what used to be Kinsport’s municipal water supply. There’s something strange about driving past the dam on the way into the park, something about being acutely aware of the water level just on the other side.
Such a quintessentially northwest scene: the intrepid few scouring a rocky beach on Hood Canal on an overcast day in the summer looking for shellfish. A little slice of heaven.
I would retire to this part of the world in a heartbeat. Nothing like it.
Early morning on the Laurel Fork. Before the morning mist burns off, walking along the river is like walking through a fantasy novel.
The rocky beaches around San Francisco look so dramatic in B+W.
Fauntleroy’s Lincoln park always brings back memories for me of the giants games of capture of flags I used to play in the park.
The characteristically rock beaches of Puget Sound are awesome if you like skipping stones.
It was a typical PNW overcast winter day when I took this shot of the Fauntleroy ferry terminal from Lincoln park in west Seattle. There’s something very characteristically “Seattle” about this whole scene for me, stirring up old happy memories for me.
Another shot from Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve, there was a small pond up on a hill overlooking some pastures and the freeway running through the east bay hills. Though they seemed reluctant to be caught on camera there were actually a pair of ducks swimming around this small, overgrown pond.