The Washington State Flower … with a Doug Fir, the Washington State Tree.
Bracken Fern and Doug Fir … a very Pacific Northwest ensemble
- Camera: Nikon D-850
- Lens: Nikkor 80-400mm set at 140mm
- ISO 400 1/100 f/10
This is the sheep barn at Bloedel Reserve.
It doesn’t have sheep anymore. Just a great collection of moss and lichen.
- Camera: Nikon D850
- Lens: Nikkor 80-400mm set at 165mm
- ISO 400 1/160 sec f/13
The fresh greens of grasses and the new leaves of spring are a wonderful respite from being cooped up inside for most of the last two months.
- Camera: Nikon
- Lens: Nikkor 80-400mm set at 400mm
- ISO 400 1/400 sec f/10
I wasn’t until I loaded these onto this page that I noticed how much they align in a diptych sort of way. They were actually taken along the same section of wall … within 10 feet of each other.
A good example of being ready to accept the unexpected in photography and to go with it.
This is a building under renovation (pretty slow moving, right now) in Port Townsend. Great woodwork detailing. I hope they don’t replace all that.
- Camera: Fujifilm X100V
- ISO 160 1/500 sec f/5.6
This was taken a while back when I was returning from seeing my aunt up in Haines, Alaska: from the ferry getting close to Juneau.
That’s a great ferry ride: too bad I have a negative reaction about long boat rides right now or we might plan another trip.
This was taken in February at Kalaloch Beach … which means the water was cold… even if it was an early springlike day. Kids must have a different insolation value in their feet than I do.
- Camera: Nikon Df
- Lens: Nikkor 28-300mm set at 190
- ISO 250 1/640 sec f/10
- Camera: Fujifilm GFX-50R with 120mm F/4 Macro
- ISO 800 1/400 sec f/11
From the garden