Having to sign a waiver form before entering an old dilapidated tunnel makes you think twice. While this tunnel on the Iron Horse trail does have a lot of fallen rocks and debris it was nothing a good bike lamp couldn’t handle. Don’t want to think about what “could” have happened…
A quail hen thought our flowerpot would make a perfect nest for her chicks. She is probably right since the 3’ pot puts her high above the ground away from scavengers.
A rusty nail in a 2 x 4, on top of a fence board. In the background we see a fuzzy birch tree in fall colors of yellow and green, against a deep blue sky.
Picture taken from my back yard.
Students graduating from a high school in Stockholm, Sweden.
The white hats are worn during the week, and at later student celebrations. With age the white often turns yellow but are generally never washed, showing their age and bringing together generations.
In the foreground and background parents and families are gathered to congratulate the students.
Morning haze hanging over the beaches of the Oregon coast.
This picture was taken with a telephoto lens from a peninsula jutting out and giving me the rare opportunity to look in towards land.
A sunny October day along the Oregon coast.
The locals are taking the opportunity to enjoy a warm and sunny fall day.
Summer path leading down to Lake Crescent.
Pink tulip field in Skagit Valley.