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In truth, I’ve been shooting people more than nature recently, but you’ll have to wait for those. Today, three very different shots of the natural world. This first is a simple study of light and texture with beautifully backlit iris … Continue reading
This tree has drawn my attention on more than one occasion. Tucked away in a corner of Olympia’s Yoshiro Japanese Garden park, its manicured, twisted shape reminds me of a bonsai, though it’s actually 6 or 7 feet tall. On … Continue reading
Trees on the campus of The Evergreen State College before their annual winter trim. I believe they are linden trees, but in their leafless state — whether pruned or unpruned — they just make me laugh. They do provide a … Continue reading
A shadow trying to hide between a fence and a tree. Unsuccessfully.
This may help explain my somewhat skewed view of the world. This is an unretouched photo of a tree taken through the upstairs window of my 86-year-old home. The windows are old, warbly single-pane glass, but I didn’t realize they … Continue reading
Walking along a nature trail recently, I found myself looking out over a river through multicolored maple leaves. It’s been a great year for fall color, with surprisingly little rain and no hard freezes yet, both of which tend to … Continue reading
Taken from my front porch. Sometimes a great scene just comes and finds you where you’re at.