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Gull takes a dawn walk on a pebbly beach at Hood Canal, Washington State.
I like the colors of these apartment/condo buildings near the waterfront in Tacoma, Washington. Perhaps the city is trying to redefine itself with cheerful paint after being known for decades for the pulp-mill-fueled “Aroma of Tacoma”?
Detail of the State Route 509 bridge in Tacoma, Washington. Found this angle while exploring the waterfront looking for an obscure (and surprisingly difficult to find) pocket park. More on that in a future post.
The Washington State capitol dome reflected in Capitol Lake, a man-made reflective pool at the mouth of the Nisqually River in Olympia, Washington.
Issaquah, Washington is a charming little town. At least, part of it is. Half a mile away is a sprawl of chain-stores, but the old main street still has a lot of charm. You pass a milk-truck filling station on … Continue reading
If you’re in one of the areas currently experiencing winter storms (or, in the southern hemisphere, summer flooding), you probably aren’t concerned so much with high tides. But being here at the end of one of the Pacific Ocean’s fingertips, … Continue reading
Not really. But I did spend a good part of today inside the reactor building of a nuclear plant. Well, an almost-nuclear plant. The Satsop nuclear plant built by WPPSS (commonly referred to as “whoops”) was never finished, and now … Continue reading
My home has a distinct photographer’s advantage. I have an expansive view looking east, which means I have a good idea what the weather will be like from the first signs of pre-dawn light. I also see great sunrises, though … Continue reading
I’m smiling this morning, as I just received word that my image of the Roy Community Church in Roy, Washington, was selected as one of the winners in a photography contest. No riches and fame attached to this one, but … Continue reading