Spend a day out at Lake Sammamish in the sunshine today. Water was cold to wade into, but refreshing!
The sun really took it out of me, I’ve been sitting here zoning out on this screen for hours. Gah!
A new growth of “scissor plant” I found down by the lake side at Lake Sammamish State Park today.
Still so little, I probably wouldn’t have noticed it if Isaac and I hadn’t laid out our blanket nearby.
So I got out my extension tubes, and snapped a shot.
Does anyone else remember picking these as kids and making “scissors”?
The thing that always come to mind when blue is being discussed is Crater Lake National Park. If you’ve never been, I advise you to make an effort to get out there at some point in your life. The winters are crazy, averaging 44 feet of snow a year. It’s a beautiful lake, and a great park. It’s a beautiful place both in winter and in summer.