One of the last trillium of the year (at sea level, anyway). I liked the Black and White image better than the color. One of those things that you can feel, even if you can’t explain why.
A private trail following an old railroad line. A public trail (which was following the railroad grade until this point) turns and cuts over to a different route.
This is along the Larry Scott Trail in Port Townsend (downtown is visible in the distance). I really liked the way the light enhances the textures in the leaves.
A little different shot than my usual nature filled images. The common thread, I suppose, being that this was taken from the Larry Scott Trail. Port Townsend paper is the largest employer in Jefferson County.
I know there will be mixed reactions to this image … with its industrial topic and the venting of vapors into the atmosphere. But the exhaust plume on the right has particularly interesting textures.
Sometimes you get a little behind in the weeding. There is a bunch in my yard that is calling to me… and not very politely, either. But this seems to be a bit extreme. It’s not my yard, I found this along one of my regular walking routes. Not sure the original reason for installing this gate, but it seems to have lost its importance.