Fossil snail. I found this on one of the Olympic Peninsula beaches. It’s gender is also pretty mysterious, at least to me. I think it’s too late for DNA testing.
This is for the Ragtag Daily Prompt today: chalk.
I took this at Fort Worden this weekend. How about a hopscotch game that is up in the 700s? That might be very good exercise! I did not hop the length of it. This must have taken quite a while to draw and number the length of the sidewalk.
For this week’s prompt, I am choosing curve. I love the curve of the beach and the shadow and the cliff, all mirroring together.
Attach your favorite examples of curves in photographs and I will list them next week. Have a wonderful Monday. ________________________________________
Last week’s prompt was detail.
Bushboy checks in with a flower detail new to me.
My daughter and I hiked North Beach yesterday, for my birthday. I am off for two days of vacation. I was trying to identify this bird and didn’t figure it out until I was home. A harlequin duck. What a beauty! But having time with my daughter is the best gift.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: book.
My house is full of books. But… I don’t have a photograph this morning. I want to book a flight with this flier instead!
For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors.
We are having a week of gorgeous sunny weather, where the waiting plants explode into bud and bloom. The sun and shadows are amazing after lowered clouds and soft coolness right above us. Bright contrast with the color and shadows on this gate and everything else!
I took this last weekend. This time I am shaking influenza quickly, hooray.
We are having a late spring when I look at photographs from the last three years. The plants are bursting out.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: tassel.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: hope.
This young eagle is shedding feathers and hoping for a chance at the dead octopus on the beach.
I hope that the eagle matures. I hope that it makes good decisions and learns self control and quiet wisdom. Don’t you?