A rickety old pier at Mukilteo State Park.
Watching the ferry Cathlamet coming into the ferry terminal at Mukilteo, Washington.
Looking across the Wenatchee River from Highway 2 north of Leavenworth. Panoramic view created from six exposures.
Bald eagle in flight over Banks Lake in eastern Washington State.
I don’t think I’ll do this every Monday but it does give a pretty good idea of how I’m feeling about today. Interpret any way you like…
Panoramic view of Puget Sound, made from 10 exposures, shot from Mukilteo State Park.
Farm in the high country east of the Cascade Mountains on a winter day.
A mostly gray, rainy day today. Headed down to the beach to see if there was anything worth photographing. Found some dogs running around, playing, and having a grand time.
A farm near Darrington, Washington. Very low clouds on a winter morning. This is the same time and location as the shot “Mountain Peek”.
Big piece of driftwood on the shore of Puget Sound on a stormy winter day.
A typical scene at the ranch, to remind myself that the sun does shine here sometimes. That is Sticks on the left – he is the baby of the ranch and will be two years old in May. Sheik is on the right – over 30 years old and still going strong. When I take a walk they always come over to say hi (and to see if I have any carrots for them).
OK, so the gulls aren’t exactly “over” Seattle, if they were they would be HUGE, but it’s the best title I could think of.