A good friend suggested that I break down my review of 2014 on my blog by seasons - good idea - so let's start with winter, since that is where we are now. I wanted to start with spring, but it is so chilly out that I thought winter a better choice.
The sky and clouds are always interesting in the winter - always changing
Snow is a special treat for us - a chance to take photos and fun for the kids to play in, and they hope for a snow day at school if the snow is deep enough.
The Trumpeter Swans over winter here - we take a lot of weekend rides in search of flocks of them.
Winter teatime - with pine cone dishes and hot tea, warm cookies
Besides the over wintering Trumpeter Swans we have Snow Geese - by the thousands.
Storms in the winter are glorious - the grays of the sky and sea blending together
Waves large and small
Winter is one of our rainy seasons - great weather for ducks, Canada Geese
Seagulls take advantage of the blustery winds of winter. Grass is often green all winter long, because of the heavy rainfall.
And waterfalls rush down rocks and hillsides.
Winter is magical in N.W. Washington
How was your winter in 2014?