A tour with me and my camera - barns, houses, birds, ocean - anything that catches my fancy - come along with me
What a wonderful series of images in this stunning post.
nice sights through your eyes
JoAnn a pleasing post today. Love the different shapes. I used to link up with Mosaic Monday. I stopped blogging for awhile and forgot about MM. I think I will join up again. Your post is inspiring.
Joanne, these are such beautiful silhouettes taken at sunset. Just a lovely set of photos. I hope you are feeling spring there. Enjoy the week ahead. Pam
Just beautiful JoAnn.MB
JoAnn - these are so great! As you already know I just adore Bellingham and your entire area of the country. I just want to return but doubt it can be this year - we have so much going on again.Thanks for stopping by with so many kind comments - I so appreciate them.Happy week - hugs, Mary
Hello, the bench, the people and the beautiful trees are so peaceful and beautiful. Lovely series of photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
I have a particular liking for silhouettes. These are perfect!
Your photos are just amazing! They look like they should be art...printed and framed! Wow! I love them! Hugs, Diane
Very nice series of images!
Looking at those scenes, one can come up with all kinds of scenarios to go with the people.I hope there was a place for you to sit and watch while taking pictures.
Such beautiful photos!! xx
Oh these are wonderful, creative mosaics!Donna@GardensEyeView and LivingFromHappiness
Beautiful and certainly frame worthy.
There have been some beautiful evenings and these shots are evidence. How nice! I love how people in Washington so enjoy the outdoors.
Very striking. The pictures challenge you to identify the moods. Either "melancholy" or a show of silent strength in the midst of bleakness. Fascinating to just gaze at them and conjure up descriptive words!
Really gorgeous photos! They make great silhouettes!
Lovely ...All the best Jan
Pretty sunsets made more interesting with your photography.
Nice silhouette shots. Were the guys walking on tight ropes? - Margy
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