Windows! I love them! And now I finally have a place to call home again (other than my childhood homes), where I actually enjoy looking out. I'm not just seeing the walls of the building next door, I see woods, nature and life! It looks different every day! Below is the view I had this … Continue reading Looking through!
I wrote this post for Lance's website and figured that I could just post it here as well. After all I was part of the whole experience! 🙂 Last weekend was our first time going off island to sell at a Festival. We had been playing with the thought of selling at a bigger event … Continue reading Port Townsend
Spring followed a cold and snowy Winter season, and brought us crazy weather with no rhyme or reason. From wet to sunny to grey and back to wet, we were all wondering if it is Summer yet. Then it finally decided it is time to arrive, and we all rejoiced and came back to life. … Continue reading Seasons
Here is my take on this weeks photo challenge. I took these "corner" pictures over the past five years. Bikes on a corner in Greenwich Village, NY Quiet country corner in the middle of the big city, Los Angeles, CA Fence corners on San Juan Island, WA Dragons in a street corner in Chinatown, Vancouver, … Continue reading Ecken
I love bridges, all shapes and sizes. I have been lucky to have visited quite a few iconic ones. Some I have digital pictures of, some I don't. Here are a few of them. Brooklyn Bridge, New York Capilano Suspension Bridge, North Vancouver, Canada Deception Pass Bridge, Washington State Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Old … Continue reading Across
Last year I was staying at my Grandma's house for a few days and the neighboring town had its annual Hot Air Balloon Festival. They would fly twice a day for two days, once early in the morning, right after sunrise and once in the evening, before sunset. You would hear the first balloons arrive … Continue reading Balloons
As I looked through my pictures of patterns and orderly things, the following two struck me as perfect for this week's challenge. It shows how to big cities are keeping it neat, one with cars, the other with colorful boats. New York City, USAI was fascinated with the stacking car parks they have in New … Continue reading Keeping it neat!
I have done some traveling in my 40 years of life. However, many of my pictures are old-fashioned paper prints. I finally fully switched to digital about 4 years ago. In those 4 years I visited Joshua Tree and Grand Canyon National Parks. I've always had a fascination with rocks and rock formations. Maybe I … Continue reading Rocks
Living in the stunningly beautiful Pacific Northwest, I am surrounded by nature, which to me is all earth in its glory. There are also quite a few ancient volcanos sticking out from the mountain ranges. Mount Baker, Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens to just name a few. Volcanoes to me represent earth in it's rawest … Continue reading Parícutin
These past few photo challenges really have been a challenge. Not due to the fact that I didn't have any pictures, but due to the fact that I had too many fitting the bill! Today I am posting three pictures that represent this week's challenge of "Dense". Enjoy! Field of rapeseed (Brassica napus) near Murten … Continue reading Dense