The Urban Landscape
We usually avoid the crowd, but sometimes it’s fun to step to the side and observe.
Then there are some stunning vistas and monuments that have to be captured and recorded.
Woke up the other day to see a light fog outside the window. After rinsing the eyeballs to make sure that wasn’t the problem we jumped in the Prius and ran down to Sumner Meadows to see if we could find a shot.
Yesterday was May 1st. May Day. Yesterday was also a georgeous day for a drive and a perfect day to complete a project our Grandaughter, Skylar’s teacher assigned to us. (Us? Assignment?) So Skylar’s class has just finished reading the tale of Flat Stanley….
It’s April. The Washington State Spring Fair was last week. We usually go on the last day to help take down the Photo Salon which is managed by Tacoma Photographic Society One of the things I like to do at the fair is to…
Any trip to the Columbia Gorge must include a moment at the Vista House. This unique building is perched atop the southern bluffs of the Columbia Gorge like a sentinel. The views are amazing as you can see from my previous post, and almost…
We had a window of opportunity and clear skies, so we headed up to Seattle to shoot the town and the University of Washington.
Last week Liddy and I spent a few hours at Pike Place Public Market in Seattle. We like to take Sound Transit’s Link Light Rail from Angle Lake in Tuckwila up to Westlake Center. Then we walk down to the market on Pine Street.
I enjoy the opportunity to get out and observe the tourists. Liddy enjoys to opportunity to learn to stay close, and mind her manners in crowded places.
Here are the photos from the day.