Saturday, January 30, 2010

Photo Week 4: Stevens and Golden Gardens

Had a pretty crazy week where my head was in the clouds. I wrote a lot without publishing any of it, which is probably for the best. Getting out was a great distraction this week. I went up to Stevens Pass on Tuesday on a solo trek and was treated to a great view once atop Southern Cross. I hiked into the back country and found some quality snow, and also strapped on my snowboard for the first time this year and rode a few groomers before packing up and heading back to town.



Today, my dad and I visited Golden Gardens with the intention of snapping some photos. It was a typical grey day in Seattle, and I wasn't really sure what we would be taking pictures of. The ducks were out, so were the seagulls, and we even had a bald eagle visitor (and I don't mean my dad). I was just using a little point and shoot camera, but caught this pretty cool site of a seagull stretching out its wings.

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3 Comments:

Blogger GeneGinny said...

Interesting juxtaposition.

8:05 PM  
Blogger DrChako said...

Great shot. When I first opened the google reader link, I could only see the top of the picture and it looked like the upper seagull was sitting on the wing tips of the other bird.

Those wings are really long. It almost looks like you stretched the pic.

-DrC

8:32 AM  
Blogger The Wife said...

Beautiful!

11:54 PM  

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