Pictures means different things to different people. You see a woman taking a photo of herself. I see a ring on the middle finger. The ring was the subject, but so much is in the shot. Maybe you can tell me what the heck you think of some other images of mine.
Eerily you can see into Pearl Harbor’s waters what once was the great ship the USS ARIZONA
I hated thinking about the many who lost their lives when I was on vacation in Hawaii, but it is a part of the story when you come to our 50th state. In honor of those lost and the powerful military we do have here in America , I wanted to share a few shots of “our” equipment utilized by our brave men and women who have served and continue to serve nation across the universe.
Spring is here and the tourists will be flocking soon to Seattle, WA. Once in a while I get asked what are some things that are fun to do in my city? I usually give many suggestions, but one I had never given was one I finally toured myself! Please note all photos were taken by my friend Donna. She shared these photos so we could collaborate on sharing this post.
The Underground Tour makes its home in the streets below our oldest neighborhood in Seattle called Pioneer Square.
Forested area and water are perfect for these creatures.
Hummingbird view and perfect mating grounds!
Part II of my weekend brought me to my friend’s home for a wonderful visit and an enjoyable view of his own little paradise of birds. In particular, you are looking at photos of the Anna and Rufous Hummingbirds. These shots I took were NOT easy. A research study found that the Anna’s hummingbird can shake their bodies 55 times per second while in flight. Can you imagine I was able to even get a picture at all? In fact the Rufous hummingbird is known for their incredible flight skills!!! I would say so, but I was blessed to get a few shots to turn out. Enjoy. These were taken in a town called Silverdale, WA with the backdrop of Olympic Mountains and an inlet that has waters coming from the Puget Sound.