This set of stairs is part of what used to be someone’s home – at the Admiralty Head Lighthouse on Whidbey Island.
Up and down the stairs, multiple times a day to light it and to clean the glass. Whew!
A “long” 1/5 second exposure in the woods
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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 rhododendrons in our apartment complex are really starting to take off. They are in varying stages of bloom all around, and in a awesome variety of colors!
Just across the street from our place is this bright red bush:
I’ve added this to Photo Friday: Crimson.
Down the walk a bit is another big flowering bush, and while pink is not usually my favorite color, this plant is my favorite rhodie, with it’s subtle pink and deeper pink outline on each petal:
and not to mention it’s cute little stamen that look like they have eyes!
While I’m waking up, and waiting for my little niece and nephew to arrive, I thought I would look through my photos from the last few days and see if I have photos to apply to the Scavenger Hunt prompts!
Here is what I found:
And there they are, my Scavenger Hunt interpretations of the week!
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