Going through my photos I find that there are some I want to share - but they don't seem to fit into a special category - so I thought I share some in collages.
A pretty stone cottage on Samish Island and some wonderful Wisteria. The cottage is a summer rental with a magnificent view of the bay.
How about a couple of old cars to drive to Samish Island for a little vacation. The top car has to watch its speed though, as there is a speed limit sign posted on the nearby shed.
Oh the birds this summer - Hummingbird at the feeder, Northern Flicker on the suet feeder, Robin in the top of a very tall tree behind our house, Goldfinches gathering at a feeder and a Pileated Woodpecker up in another high tree.
And a summer of flowers. The old truck is hauling its load of flower pots, English Daisies cover the picnic ground at Birch Bay State Park, Thistles glow in the sunshine and Sweet Peas line the road near Padilla Bay.
My favorite old truck - loaded with flower pots
I captured spiderwebs on the neighbor's light post early one morning.
A flock of Goldfinches (WA State Bird) at a feeder on Sandy Point.
A most unusual hybrid duck - seen swimming with the Mallards near the Alaska Ferry Terminal in Fairhaven. It was much larger than the Mallards. There are no homes with ducks in that area, so I don't know where it came from - or where it might be going.