Category Archives: Puget Sound

Suddenly, I awoke

Almost moonset.

If I were a magic being I would follow the moon trail. I wonder where it would take me?

The two images are the same photo processed in slightly different ways. I couldn’t decide which one to use…Which do you think is better?

For Travel with intent’s One Word Sunday: Night and The Blog of Hammas Rais’s Weekend Sky.

Golden water

View of waves on the shores of Vashon Island in Puget Sound.

Puget sound during golden hour last weekend.

For Jez Braithwaite’s Water, Water Everywhere.

I missed yesterday, posting everyday for a month is really hard for me. But yesterday I had an excuse: kind of a nice one. As I was getting the post ready my internet went down. After I rebooted it and started back my son called (he is in China) we had a two hour video chat! I was in bed before I remembered about posting. Oh, well.

The wind changed yesterday

The cold north wind began in the middle of the day yesterday, to chase the clouds away. We awoke to a cold clear morning.

A fall scene with a sunburst coming through red and orange foliage.
The morning after.

Reminded me of the Lord of the Rings.

In Seattle the north wind usually brings clear weather, in the winter it can be very cold, since the wind is coming from Alaska and Canada. A long time ago I wrote this description of how I loved the cold, very clean north wind when I was a child: Winter wind from the north.

For Hammad Rais’s Weekend Sky #5. And the Lens Artists Challenge this week: the sun will come out tomorrow.

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