Today’s theme features photographs where color is so muted that the shot appears to be black and white. In the middle of winter here in the Pacific Northwest this isn’t much of a stretch. My shot is from the Dungeness bluffs looking south across the Strait of Juan de Fuca toward the Olympic Mountains.
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Here’s my submission for this month’s City Daily Photo theme day, “Loving Life.” Really, what better way to love life than to live in the moment and who better lives in the moment than a happy dog?
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I had over a dozen candidates for today’s City Daily Photo theme day, “Photo of the year.” This, however, was the only one that I’d enlarged and hung on a wall. I took that as a sign. It was taken on a walk in the Olympic National Park Hoh Rainforest, a place of incomparable beauty.
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Happy new year!
I went for the obvious for today’s City Daily Photo theme, “Transition.”
This is one of the bigger transitions in my life, the day a gigantic moving truck picked up everything we owned in California and drove off. After several stops it arrived at our destination, Sequim, Washington. This marked the end of my life spent entirely in California, the end of my working career, and, for a while, the end of much that was familiar. Knowing all this, I was filled with excitement. The lack of anxiety assured me that all would be well, as it has been.
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City Daily Photo bloggers today respond to the theme “out of focus.” My subject is a racer in one of our annual Tour de Dung bicycle races. It’s called “Tour de Dung” after Dungeness, the region in Sequim where the races are held.
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This is detail from a derelict local house. Today’s City Daily Photo theme challenge is “Abandoned.” Click here to see other interpretations of today’s theme.
Welcome to the Sequim Library. I thought I’d start out with a view inside. Yes, there are plenty of books. But I really like the ceiling and light fixtures.
Our library is a welcoming place.
It’s also a busy community resource. I counted no fewer that eight people — including a family group of three generations — as I quickly shot these pictures.
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