Sunset photos while setting crab pots off of Alki Beach, West Seattle, July 2015.
While much of the Northeastern and Midwestern US has been bombarded with snow and ice storms, we’ve had a very mild winter in the Seattle area this season. The highs have been in the 50s and even 60s off and on for the past couple of weeks. The sun–long forgotten by most Seattleites during the winter–has […]
Over the summer, on the way to the shellfish grounds at Dosewallips State Park, we ran into an unusual traffic backup just before crossing the Hood Canal Bridge. The line of cars was not moving so we got out of the car and walked to the bridge to see what the holdup was. The presence […]
It was an amazing 70 degree sunny day in the Seattle area yesterday so I took in the sites at the University of Washington campus after a business meeting. The “U-Dub” campus was chock full of students enjoying the sunshine and impressive views while shuttling between classes. I was especially impressed by the views of both […]
While on my Sunday run along the Sammamish River Trail today, I did a double-take when I glanced over at a sculpture next to the trail. Some prankster had placed an office chair underneath the “Sitting Woman” sculpture by Phillip Levine. I imagined that the bronze “Sitting Woman” must have felt some relief sitting on […]
Seeing a distinct rainbow is always a treat. But seeing a double rainbow is doubly cool. The double rainbow I saw this morning over Bellevue WA seemed especially bright to me. I later learned that the primary rainbow is the one that has red in the outer arc and violet on the inner aspect. (The […]