After all, it IS October 31. Cold and clear yesterday, which makes for some great photo opportunities. This photo was taken from Fidalgo Bay Road, just above the former site of Publishers Plywood Mill. In the center is the “Enchantress,” a vessel that sunk and was abandoned.
I recall gathering leaves each fall to bring to school, where they would then be used either to decorate the room, or as central figures in art projects. Wasn’t there a procedure involving wax paper and an iron? Didn’t we all trace around the edges of a leaf, then choose carefully from our box of […]
This photograph of a tree in downtown Anacortes tells it all. Between raindrops and the changing color of the leaves, we know for certain we are in transition from summer to fall. Soon it will be time for a drive to the North Cascades, beautiful year-round, but especially in the fall. I found information regarding […]
It’s like some trees get the news before others. Many trees boast fall colors, some in fact dropping their foliage to the point where limbs are almost bare. Others continue to hold out, green leaves flickering in the wind as they resist the inevitable effects of fall. These trees stand in a ravine on the […]
Sun and more sun. It’s been a great year for roses, even now as we move officially into the fall season. I captured this “portrait in pink” in the back yard late yesterday afternoon. It looks like we’ll still be enjoying our rose bushes even after the lawnmower is tucked away in the garage…