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These were taken with my really old iPhone. I love this neighborhood for walking: first I go up the street to the end of the dirt road, then back down to the main street...Seabeck Highway...along the Hood Canal to the left up another hill passing the beautiful view of the Olympics, and then return back home. Exactly an hour...so it matches my walking playlist if I replay the first two songs at the end.
I left my apartment July 15th, and for Washington around August 8th after housesitting for a couple of friends, and staying with Kathy to try to help her move. Saw some of my family and friends before I left...not all but most! Here are some photos from the long goodbye...that dragged out for weeks!
September 4, 2016
So...around the last time I posted here I found out they were selling the building where I lived in Petaluma...and ever since have been focused on where I would end up!
I am now up in Washington with Joan and will start posting here again...because it is a kind of diary for me...my photographic diary of a sort! And I do have some entries...coming soon...
March 7, 2016
March 1st online assignment for West County Photography Group: Minimalist. We can only upload one entry, so I entered the church but have other ideas so may end up with something different...like the tree. It is fun trying different things...and sometimes it is hard to choose which to enter! I am not even sure these would be considered "minimalist"...
Meetup Assignment: Fibonacci Spirals
February 29, 2016
February 15th online assignment entry for West County Photography Group : Fibonacci Spirals
Meetup Assignment: Trees
February 15, 2016
February 1st online assignment entry for West County Photography Group. A last minute entry for me, but I am trying to complete each assignment because I enjoy participating, and it is challenging sometime to meet the criteria of the assignments.
February 9, 2016
Kath and I celebrated Fat Tuesday at Lagunitas, where we had some authentic Louisiana food...and some good beer...and at the Big Easy where we danced to a fun blues band...and had more good beer.