Good morning! Good spring! I am thankful for the soft pink and green of spring, for new growth, for bird song and goslings, for ducklings and the fierce hummingbirds guarding territory….may you walk in beauty for a part of each day…..
Rainshadow Chorale sang the premiere of Gil Seeley’s Morning Rabbit at our concert last Friday and Saturday. I took this photograph two years ago at WSU in Pullman.
Good morning, rabbit!
Most of the goslings were snuggled in the grass near the shore, with the parents guarding on land and in the water. A few ventured just a little into the water….is this their first swim?
And I am going to submit this to the weekly photo challenge: reflecting.
I took this in 2015, early morning. This is for photrablogger’s Mundane Monday #100, more water reflections. There is still quite a bit of blue….
The Wooden Boat Festival is in September. This is from September 2016, early morning, before the festival is in full swing. I am thinking of selling my father’s sailboat, sigh. Slip fees are rising and medicine is such a mess right now…. let go.
But the festival is a delight each year. This year it will be September 8-10.
I have two of my father’s cameras and this is taken in the early morning. Zoom lens, looking across Port Townsend Bay at Mount Tahoma, aka Mount Ranier.
Monday morning. We still have snow here and have had flurries daily. Unusual for here. Sometimes we just get snow that melts as the weather warms during the day.