took a little hike this afternoon, up a trail along Goat Creek near Mt Rainier. quite a beautiful spot... lots of mossy rocks and logs, and it had recently
The object of this game is to post your favorite and best photos from a selected geographic area of the Pacific Northwest.
Think of it
Before the fires chased us away, I did manage quite a few images, so here's a sampler.
Western Tanager, male, w/fledgling
At 62 pages, the original Edmonds wildlife thread was getting a bit cumbersome, so I am starting a new one for 2014. This will also help me in the year
Time to start up a fresh game of "Where am I"
The object of this game is to post a photo of a landmark or unique feature
This month's topic is Mount Rainier - Choose and share up to 5 of your favorite photos of our world famous peak!
The object of this game
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While this new "challenge" has merit, I don't see it being classified as a challenge, per se.
It rained most of Wednesday (7/23), which caused the marsh to fill up and resemble a lake.
The eagle continues to take fresh water
Our new photo challenge has been announced!
Called "Favorite Five", it's less of a contest and more of a collaborative effort.
Great shots CB! Very appropriate too, since if I recall correctly, I met you while hiking Rainier near Paradise and we talked photos and I told you about
I totally expected to see some wacky HDR treatment of a train photo.
Of course I've heard of Grand Funk Railroad. They were always a favorite
More great shots! Thanks climbbike!
Good photos. I am amazed that any of those old rockers managed to survive their 1960's lifestyles, much less continuing to perform in the 21st century.
Rock icons GRAND FUNK RAILROAD made a stop in Albany, Oregon on Saturday night!
Barb Deihl of Tweeters believes the three "sky" photos are of a juvie merlin carrying off a dragonfly.
Upper tipsoo lake about an hour after sunset.
Near Edith Creek a short hike from Paradise.
I did the same earlier for a better look and I'll stick with Merlin.
Love their talent for eating on the fly!
I'll check further. I have seen merlins in the vicinity in the past. It was smaller than a crow and could turn quite quickly while cruising low over
Most shots were somewhere between ID and Sasquatch quality.
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