My “afloat” entry is a potpourri of boats from the San Juan Islands in Northwest Washington State.
With Michelle’s Challenge this week of new, I present some real cute newborns: salmon from a hatchery. These are new salmon eggs just in the process of hatching into Alevins or fry. Some day these might become tasty morsels on someone’s barbecue grill.
Jen challenges us with a bit of twinkle to jazz up the darkness that descends on us in the northern climes this time of year. So, here is a photo with twinkle, The Lady Washington glistening on Bellingham Bay in the summer sun.
Cheri has challenged this week with descent. Waterfalls are a great example of the concept. His post addresses the challenge with a series of photos taken of Whatcom Creek as it runs through Whatcom Falls Park in Bellingham WA. It can also serve as a post for Ailsa’s Travel Theme Autumn as the leaves were turning.
This weeks photo challenge is dialogue. I am not sure if this scene is monologue or dialogue but some instruction appears to be taking place.
Cheri challenges this week with Silhouettes. My entry is from a recent shot taken at about 5:30 am in Northern Canada’s Haida Gwaii Islands while on a fishing trip.
There are few critters more patient than the Great Blue Heron. They wait and wait until their dinner comes to them.