Four season trees – summer

Here’s the last of the “same spot, different season” series, a summer view of the trees on Kitchen-Dick Road. And, making their final appearance, here are the same trees in the other seasons:

. . .Spring. . .

. . .Winter. . .

. . .and Autumn.

Shannon, our previous Sequim Daily photographer, suggested this series (thank you, Shannon!). I think she may have had a different vantage point in mind when she suggested it. These views face north. Facing south there’s often a glorious view of the Olympic Mountains. . .and, I noticed, a string of telephone poles on either side of the road. Artfully arranged, telephone poles have a place. But wandering on a thoroughfare to find the arrangement didn’t work. So I aimed north. Tomorrow I’ll post a bit of that south-facing view, in a spot I found without those poles.

5 thoughts on “Four season trees – summer”

  1. What an excellent series, Kay! It’s exciting, at least for me, to see seasonal or elapsed pictures of any species, but *that* windbreak is so iconic in the Dungeness Valley. Thanks.

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