Friday, August 28, 2020

Long days in the brilliant sunshine of "subdued excitement"

Bellingham (aka B-ham), "the city of subdued excitement" is really a treasure. This is not news to me as I've been up here at least a half a dozen times in the past 13 years but being here for August is extra special.  The days seems to go on forever with long hours of daylight and brilliant sunshine, kind of like the brilliance knob of your computer is turned all the way up. Here are some of my photos from this past month here ...

Sehome Hill Arboretum adjacent to the Western Washington University campus
Lynden, Washington

a rare cloudy afternoon looking out at the Taylor Dock
Photo Lake looking at Mount Shuksan

the summer fun with the youth of Bellingham (Taylor Dock)
Sehome Hill Arboretum

Historical mountaineering photo on Mt. Baker
Heather Meadows about a 100 years ago (when people were hardier apparently)


Late August afternoon on Bellingham Bay
A ski fence in Glacier, WA

nature is always putting on a show in the Pacific Northwest
view from Capt Whidbey Inn on Whidbey Island


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