Yesterday’s view of these trees was taken looking north. Here’s a view looking south. My favorite mountains, the Olympics, peek out. You can draw back further along this road, heading north, for a longer, broader view of the mountains. But I’ll spare you the addition of the telephone poles that line the road when you do this.
I’ve been away for a few days. I hope to have a chance to visit the Lavender Faire and Festival if I get back in time. If I do, I’ll post some shots soon.
We had a clear, sunny day a while back. I’m sure of it. See? I have this picture to prove it.
Have I mentioned that spring came not a moment too soon?
Mother Nature sometimes adds a nice touch of color to shades of grey.
A clear morning after yet another mid-April snowfall down around the 1,000 foot level. This was about a week ago.
Although I’ll still post, I’m away for a few days and may not be able to check in regularly. See you next week!
You’d think a mountain range as prominent as the Olympic Mountains would stay put. But they play a convincing game of hide and seek, often hiding in the mists of our maritime climate. This makes them all the more stunning when, on a clear morning, they decide to really strut their stuff. By midday on the day I took this shot they were back behind the shroud of clouds.
This shot is part of the Weekly Top Shot hosted by Madge and The View from Right Here. To see other Weekly Top Shot entries, click below:
Here’s an Olympic view that flashed past one afternoon recently. The mountains will play hide and seek as weather fronts come and go. They’ll be there at dawn. Turn away and within minutes they’ll be hidden behind a bank of clouds. This late afternoon light and the mountains were gone in seconds.