Monthly Archives: February 2009
Bird photography at my Olympia Peninsula, Washington, home
I occasionally jog along the Clear Creek Trail in Silverdale, Washington. Although I am a poor jogger with knee and muscle problems, it has been my primary form of exercise for 35 years and I still enjoy each outing. Sometimes I take a small digital camera with me and grab some photographs along the way. This day was special, in that I took 295 photographs along my 4 1/2 mile route, stopping… Read More
When the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed the continent in the years 1804 to 1806, they initiated a new adventure for the young American country that would knit together the coasts and Great Plains and Rocky Mountains, giving the nation a vast new identity. Migration and settlement and displacement and wars and environmental changes on a vast scale were soon to follow. Two centuries have now passed, and there has been a… Read More
Eagles, cormorants, ospreys, falcons, and woodpeckers all make use of an old Bigleaf Maple tree on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.