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PostThu Jun 21, 2007 10:45 am 
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Wow, great shots PiB!
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PostThu Jun 21, 2007 12:44 pm 
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Wow, great photos everybody!!  Thanks   up.gif

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our dogs have shown us the way out when we were lost...AND kept us warm...
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PostThu Jun 21, 2007 7:31 pm 
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Really big lake
Really big lake
Precarious perch
Precarious perch

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PostThu Jun 21, 2007 11:51 pm 
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More Cowbell wrote:
Anyone ever spotted an albino slug before?  This was my first:
albino sluggo
albino sluggo

Daughter 2 spotted an albino snail at Cape Disappointment earlier this month:

Albino snail
Albino snail
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PostFri Jun 22, 2007 12:29 am 
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Yana ascending
Yana ascending
Yana's hand over the edge, with Greg & cartman on summit
Yana's hand over the edge, with Greg & cartman on summit
Yana & cartman descending
Yana & cartman descending

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PostFri Jun 22, 2007 9:55 am 
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The exposure is unbearable!
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PostFri Jun 22, 2007 11:43 am 
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Nice! The moon perfects the scene.
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PostFri Jun 22, 2007 8:39 pm 
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peltoms wrote:
cowbell and quark you have been doing a wonderful job of capturiing the small at your feet scenery, thanks.  Are you hiking slower because the views ahead are lacking or because the views at your feet are more stunning?

It took us about 6 hours to do this 4 mile long trail; when MCB and I went to Tronsen Ridge it took us about 6 hours to do 5 miles.  If left alone, I can milk a 3 mile stretch all day.

I always look downward or inward (on the coast) as well as up; there's so much beauty that goes unseen.  That's why I don't mind doing summits on a cloudy day, or hiking in the rain;  to me, there's so much to see anyway, even if you don't see snow-capped peaks all around.

My goal is to get folks to enjoy the little things - but I find in order to do so, you sorta have to be happy inside yourself, too - nothing scientific, but it seems to me that folks who enjoy simple beauty seem to see beauty in a lot of things and know it first comes from within.

It's hard to explain, but I hope to someday help people really "see" the outdoors.

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Well, I have finally and reluctantly gone digital. I recently bought a Canon 30D and decided to take it out for a test run at the Edmonds ferry dock. It's really an awesome camera and I was having a great time...until the memory card crashed. It's a really BAAAAAAD feeling to see the "No Image" sign after you've been shooting lots of cool shots... rant.gif  But fortunately, the good folks at Kenmore Camera were able to retrieve the data (and refund the cost of the card). So here are some of my first shots.
Self portrait
Self portrait

I have no idea who this little guy was, but he was SOOOOOO cute! Future WTA recruit I think!!
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PostFri Jun 22, 2007 11:29 pm 
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Or, he'd fit right in with this group.

Yarder is set up on the busiest tourista road around here.  Luckily, the boss is people oriented and cheerfully answers tourist questions.
Yarder is set up on the busiest tourista road around here.  Luckily, the boss is people oriented and cheerfully answers tourist questions.

For some reason, my hands have been shaky after operating a post hole digger in this same area, so most of my pictures came out blurry today.

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PostSat Jun 23, 2007 12:58 am 
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PostSat Jun 23, 2007 10:34 pm 
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Quark wrote:
My goal is to get folks to enjoy the little things - but I find in order to do so, you sorta have to be happy inside yourself, too - nothing scientific, but it seems to me that folks who enjoy simple beauty seem to see beauty in a lot of things and know it first comes from within.


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I think you articulated it quite well. May I quote you?
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