a special treat on winter blustery day in Pacific Northwest
Norse mythology, the first humans, Ask and Embla, were formed out of two pieces of driftwood, an ash and an elm, by the god Odin and his brothers, Vili and Vé.
Enjoying the Christmas decorations my neighbors are setting up in the front yards. Decorations are predominately traditional with a touch of flair. The stories these characters have created over the years from the Grinch, who stole Christmas to Santa distributing presents to children around the world. I am not aware of any dinosaur or octopusContinue reading “Holiday Spirits”
Shadows and light
It was great to hang out with my outdoor enthusiasts pals on a grey November day in the Pacific Northwest.
Life a year ago in Seattle, Washington, a distant memory
Rayleigh scattering is a dispersion of electromagnetic radiation by particles that have a radius less than approximately 1 / 10 the wavelength of the radiation.
I took these photos of a black crow in my neighborhood one afternoon. Usually they fly away when I walk past them. Learn more about black crow stories and legends on this site Native American Crow Mythology
Scarecrow Festival, Edmonds, Washington
Wandering along the beach, a forest or grasslands, I love listening to the birds talk and fly. Their gracefulness, speed and chatter sparks joy and the my appreciation of life. Sharing beautiful moments. Terns, any of about 40 species of slender, graceful water birds that constitute the subfamily Sterninae, of the family Laridae, which alsoContinue reading “Macro Monday Quackers”