Monthly Archives: January 2009
Vivid lights along the road, photographed during a torrential Washington rainstorm.
This morning I watched a family of four River Otters swim along the shore of Fawn Lake, where I live in Mason County on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington. When I stepped out on the deck to watch from above, I watched and heard one otter’s jaws crunching a fish after emerging from a dive. Whenever I see a family of otters here, they dive closely together–usually just a few feet apart–not spreading… Read More
Advection fog adds mystery to the wintery Midwestern landscape.
Exploring why dendritic ice formations occur on a lake.