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October Already

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Low Tide Revisited.

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Low Tide

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Record March Rainfall

This March was the wettest on Record for Seattle and surrounding area. This small stream ( in Lincoln Park) is usually just a trickle this time of year.DSC_3770-001 DSC_3772-001 DSC_3773-001

Winter Light

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More Than Moss

The climate here in the Pacific Northwest not only encourages moss to grow on nearly every outdoor surface, but also ferns. DSC_3746-001 DSC_3747-001 DSC_3750-001

Real Signs of Spring

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Surreal Sign of Spring

 You can always tell Spring is just around the corner when high heels start sprouting from trees. Spotted in Lincoln Park, West Seattle.
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Fridays Offering

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Stormy Today

The barometer needle has bottomed out on the low side this morning. The wind is blowing the leaves off of the trees and the lights are flickering in our home. These images were taken at Lincoln Park recently.DSC_2993-001 DSC_2994-001 DSC_2997-001

Lincoln Park

Some of the squirrels in the park are very people-friendly. If there is the slimmest chance of soliciting food from you, they will allow you to get  really close. The oddest squirrel experience: A squirrel near Sabin School in Portland ran down the side of a maple tree and up to my grandson, who was walking next to me, and jumped on his leg, then ran off in haste. I have no idea what that squirrel was thinking, but it was really odd, this random squirrel attack on a toddler!DSC_2987-001 DSC_2988-001 DSC_2990-001

Mushroom Day

From Lincoln Park in West Seattle. The fungi were out this day!DSC_2942-001 DSC_2944-001 DSC_2945-001 DSC_2948-001

Fall Shades

I have been shooting Fall colors lately so please bear with me as I post some of the inventory of images.DSC_2934-001 DSC_2935-001 DSC_2937-001

Lichen, etc.

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Entrophy

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Leaves and Lichen

Another set of images from Lincoln Park. So many of the trees are now turning colors it has kept me busy this Fall. This is the time of year I am usually in Brooklyn/NY visiting with our son and daughter in law, wandering around the Five Boroughs of NYC with my camera in hand. DSC_2871-001 DSC_2874-001 DSC_2876-001

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