Bright sunshine feels good on the pups after a romp on the tide flats.
Fern Cove Preserve on Vashon Island in Puget Sound. For Jez’s Water Water Everywhere.
Another square from yesterday. Bright sunlight peeking through dark clouds.
Do you see him in the header image? For Becky of Winchester’s Bright Squares and Wordless Wednesday.
Peek-a-boo view of the sun setting over Colvos Passage on Puget Sound and the Kitsap Peninsula.
Yesterday the sun was bright. Welcome after a cold rainy period.
This is a view from the Vashon Ferry dock on the north end of the island. After a rather cold (actually it’s still a bit below normal) March, at the last minute we got blasted with sunshine.
I’m a fan of the beach at sunset…even on a chilly winter evening.
Every year the winter rains and high tides reform the tide flats near Shinglemill creek. Today was a low enough tide to walk the beach, without rain, but the creek is still full and running fast and deep. My little dogs were intimidated and couldn’t get across, but they kept trying.