Tag: nature photography

Poulsbo, Port Ludlow and Hood Canal – a Trip in Glacier Blue

After returning from our getaway last week I noticed how many of my pictures were blue, blue, blue! So I thought they’d do nicely for this week’s Sunday Stills Photo Challenge, Glacier Blue. Our destination was Port Ludlow on Puget Sound which would be… Continue Reading “Poulsbo, Port Ludlow and Hood Canal – a Trip in Glacier Blue”

Profiles in Hummingbirds

Yesterday I showed you the majestic Bald Eagles who come from as far away as Alaska to feed on the salmon in the Skagit River. Today I show you their tiny majestic cousins – the Anna’s Hummingbirds – who come to feed year-round in… Continue Reading “Profiles in Hummingbirds”

Winter Wonderland #Sunday Stills

Good Morning! I’m delighted to be hosting this week’s Sunday Stills Photo Challenge while Terri Webster Schrandt is off the grid and on the road! 🙂 Today’s theme is Winter Wonderland. Do you hear sleigh bells ringing? Well maybe not but in the lane… Continue Reading “Winter Wonderland #Sunday Stills”

Plovers in Black and white

Yesterday we stopped by Potlatch State Park at the southern end of Hood Canal, on our way home from Port Townsend. While Bob practiced casting I enjoyed watching the shorebirds. I think they were Plovers though I’m not certain of the particular variety even… Continue Reading “Plovers in Black and white”

Monday Morning Sunrise

One thing I love about winter approaching is the sun rising later in the day. This was the view this morning looking out my back door. Hope your day is full of color too. 🙂 ~ Susanne

The Bluest Skies You’ve Ever Seen

Are in Seattle – sang Perry Como. He was talking about this week. The first five days of December – rain-free, for the record books. Spent a day at Lincoln Park – where sea and sky merged blue, save for the peaks – the… Continue Reading “The Bluest Skies You’ve Ever Seen”

A Micro Walk in the Woods

Happy Thanksgiving from the Evergreen State! ~ Susanne

It’s a Melancholy Day and the Leaves are Crying

Still they are beautiful. ~ Susanne

Have you Ever Seen A Strawberry Tree?

On my walk at Lincoln Park this week I stopped to admire this giant shrub – or is it a tree? – and its brightly colored berries! No they’re not really strawberries – apparently so bland that even the birds ignore them – its… Continue Reading “Have you Ever Seen A Strawberry Tree?”

A Whale Sighting and Talking Crow at Seattle’s Lincoln Park

Anytime you visit Lincoln Park is a special time and so it was yesterday. We went to the park so Bob could practice fishing for sea run cutthroat. I went along to walk the beachfront and take pictures. I’d just left him fishing when… Continue Reading “A Whale Sighting and Talking Crow at Seattle’s Lincoln Park”

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