First Sign of Fall

First Sign of Fall

I really was struck by the pattern of the shadows and the interplay of light between the shadows and the leaves. Tomorrow is the Equinox, so I guess technically these are not “autumn” leaves …

(I took this a couple weeks back and it was the first time I noticed leaves that had fallen, but there are lots more now.)

Together We Can Do Great Things

Together We Can Do Great Things

This is an address post along the Larry Scott Trail outside of Port Townsend, Washington. The lettering on the post on the right is “Together We Can Do Great Things” … It’s too bad that the actual address post has to be in the same location … but I understand why it’s easier that way. It’s a lovely sentiment and especially nice when surrounded by the flowers.

Hay Season

Hay Season

This is a view along the Larry Scott Trail south of Port Townsend, WA with new mown hay drying in the sun.

Hay Hay Hey Hey

Hay Hay Hey Hey is taken with my “new” Yashika Mat 124G. I had a 124G but it was stolen out of my truck back in May of 1987. I just got around to replacing it (used, of course) and this was the test roll.

It looks okay to me … Sure shows the Tri-X grain in the sky.

Fenceless Gate

Fenceless Gate

There isn’t a lot of picture on either side of this gate, but it isn’t connected to a fence. It’s just being used to block access to the property behind it and down the horse trail. (the bottom sign caution that there are hazards of being in an area that is frequented by horses … and the risk is not a responsibility of the property owner)

Dogwood Blooms

Dogwood Blooms

This is not a wild dogwood, but one planted along a hiking/biking/horse trail and road (on the island between the two). But I thought it was a nice collection of blooms.

Just a little plant trivia: the dogwoods tiny four-petaled flowers are clustered in a tightly packed, flattened cyme at the center of four showy white petal-like bracts.

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