Category: Photography

The Changing Color of the Anna’s Hummingbird

I replenished the feeders yesterday so the nectar was fresh and plentiful during this week of snowy weather. I watched the first hummingbird hover nearby – apparently for a good look at me –  before swooping in dressed in camouflage of green and black. …

Benji’s Portfolio

“Hey Benji.  Now that you’ve made it into your first calendar, I need to put a portfolio together for you. We need to be ready.” “What’s a portfolio Sue? And ready for what?” “Ready for the next calendar. Or contest.  All models keep a…

Winter Scenes in the Pacific Northwest

Just last week I was walking along the Cedar River Trail, enjoying temperatures close to 60 degrees. Today we have our first snow of the year.  I like both. Wet, sloppy snowflakes have already stopped falling and the thin layer that covered the ground…

Over Seattle

You didn’t really think I could stay away till 2020 did you? Me neither. After a wonderful week in Southern California we headed back to Seattle yesterday. Mt. Adams and Mt Rainier were beautiful on approach but I was most impressed by the aerial…

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

The day after Thanksgiving we went for a drive to Federation Forest and found the evergreens dusted with snow. It was an unexpected but pleasant surprise. It was also a surprise to find the gate to the park locked. But no matter; we left…

The White Stuff

None currently in the Great Northwest.  No snow that is.  So for Cees’ Fun Foto Challenge I had to look elsewhere for white and found it to be in short supply. But then I remembered the picture I took in Carmel last month of…

Red! A Photo Challenge

It’s a gray and rainy day in the Pacific Northwest with many more to come.  What better time to jump into a photo challenge and brighten things up with some red? Not my car but isn’t it great?  We found it at a classic…

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