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.
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.
We’ve had a lot of days like this lately. Yesterday the sun peeked out of the famous “Blue Hole” but we got rain the night before. What’s that about tomorrow being the first day of summer??
We had a clear, sunny day a while back. I’m sure of it. See? I have this picture to prove it.
Here’s a view from one of the trails at the Dungeness Recreation Area. It’s a perfect spot for watching the sunset. The Olympic Mountains are partly cloaked in the background.
Today’s post is part of the Weekly Top Shot hosted by Madge of The View from Right Here. To see other participants click below:
Have I mentioned that spring came not a moment too soon?
Last weekend was our 117th annual Irrigation Festival. This is what it’s all about.