We spent Thanksgiving on Bainbridge Island and visited Port Blakely which, at one time, was one of the world’s largest sawmills. I thought it would be interesting to see the results of shooting this sailboat directly into the Sun.
A solitary piece of driftwood on the shoreline of Puget Sound near Fay Bainbridge Park.
Fort Ward Park is a state park located along Rich Passage on the southern end of Bainbridge Island. This is a hiking trail that runs a couple miles through the park.
This pool, on Bainbridge Island, was built and dedicated to Virginia Bloedel by her husband Prentice.
I went back to the Bloedel Reserve to see if the plants where in bloom but I was early. Another month according to the agronomist I talked with. However, while wondering around I found a pond that I had missed on the first visit.
I returned last night from another fine trip this time exploring the East side of the Olympic Peninsula. This bus stop in just off the main road (Highway 305) between Bainbridge Island and Poulsbo. The rain sure helps things grow.
Deep within the forest area of the Bloedel Reserve I found this moss covered bench. In the summer it’s a resting spot for people walking the trails.
This is a photo I would not typically post but the stormy sky combined with the conning tower of the submarine just worked. Taken at the Navel Undersea Museum in Keyport, WA during my recent travels to the Bainbridge Island.
This is another photo from the Bloedel Reserve. The trail ends at the Japanese Gardens which is just around the corner.