Once a month, Donna offers a challenge to photographers - this month the challenge is water.
Water has always fascinated me - I grew up on the ocean and have lived in the desert and the middle of the country - and now again at the ocean - life's complete circle.
A Canada Goose on the water - with rain water on her back
A heron in a puddle of water in a field - just the perfect touch of blue
Little boats on water
Sail boats in the evening on the water
Very big boats on the water - Alaska Ferry leaving Bellingham
Reflections on water
Mt. Shuksan - about 50 miles from our house
Water and clouds
Water growing our food supply
A little boy and the happiness that is summer and water (our grandson Donnie)
One from the archives - the channel going into the harbor behind Angoon, Alaska. I was still a teenager when I took this photo. It was taken with an Instamatic Camera.
This is the Instamatic Camera - a wonder at the time.
This was the next step up after my Brownie.
My Brownie that I had all through high school was similar to this but I couldn't find the exact photo. Instead of the view finder on the top, that you held up to your eye - it had a view finder that you had to look down into, like the little girl in the photo below. Though her Brownie is much older than mine was.
I certainly got off-topic - but it was fun to think of the old cameras, and how fabulous our cameras are now.
This is my camera now - and all photos were taken with it - except the one of the Angoon channel - that was the Instamatic camera.