Tea time!🍵 Had to keep this one because of a happy accident in the kiln. #teatime
It fernally feels like fall, and it’s amazing. 4 days until it’s official.
Anyone have any good places to go hike once the leaves start changing? I’ll gladly tag along! 🍁🍂
Taking it all in.
Piece by piece.
From our May visit to the Palouse area. Juvenile ravens swooping and soaring, one behind the other, between their nest along the cliff wall to the falls and back. They would fly by so closely you could hear the movement of their wings, and occasionally would do some pretty amazing acrobatic moves as well! Their remarkable variety of vocalizations echoed throughout the canyon and could be heard clearly over the competing roaring falls. ~
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Please don’t tell me summer is over yet! There is definitely a crispness in the air in Seattle, but I’m still hoping for a few more sunny hikes!
Duality. Sometimes when I photograph a waterfall I like to focus in on a particular area rather then try and focus on the whole scene. One of the reasons for this is that you can't always photograph a fall in perfect lighting conditions and sometimes the fall is just a beast that while beautiful to witness in real life refuses to strike that pose for you. This was one such beast... Another reason is that when you start to focus on the individual parts of the falls you are forced to slow down, relax and take it all in piece by piece. You see the intricacies in the formations, how the water responds by leaps and flows and how life is nurtured by it. Including your own. I encourage you all to slow down and just sit in stillness and take it all in. Piece by piece.
It’s Monday morning and my brain hasn’t fully caught up with the new week yet, so I’ve got nothing witty to say 🤷🏻♀️
Let’s write a story together.
I’ll start it off, and then you add one word to keep it going. Sounds fun, right?! Don’t mess this up.
Once upon a time...
The day’s gradual fade to night; shadows start their dance across the mountain; a lone mule deer comes out of the woods to drink from a nearby stream; nature’s tranquility.