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I love my Zumba class at Ignite Dance and Yoga in North Bend, where I live. What a fun time! I thought I’d share these colorful photos from our recent party. And no, they didn’t pay me to say this! … Continue reading
In amongst the peaks I feel at home again. Traveling is fun, but there’s no place like home.
We could tell we were almost home when the hills began to show some green and the snowy Cascades showed their inspiring peaks on the horizon.
Bloomsday in Spokane, WA is a world class event with a hometown feel. From elite runners to aspiring fitness moms and their babes in strollers, it is a day to reach for more, together. For those of us who walk … Continue reading
As much as I’m not a dry climate girl, the Columbia River gorge never ceases to bring an Ooo and Ahh from me. The marriage of desert and river, so often glowing with reflection of blue sky, is a wonder.
During our walking race we took a couple brief moments to capture the vista of Spokane River. I could see the contrast between the dry climate’s vegetation and the lush greenery of home.
The Bloomsday Race is well named, and blossoms abound on the weekend of the event. The weather for my weekend away could not have been more beautiful!
Reblogged from Photo Nature Blog: Copyright Jeffrey Foltice I found this House Wren last weekend in Ottawa County, Michigan. I captured a moment with it in the air near the remains of an old tree stump, using a Canon 200mm … Continue reading
Once over the pass, everything is dry and the trees give way to small scrub. The stark landscape near Columbia Gorge has a beauty all its own.
No new snow at home today, but it was up and over the pass for me. The reservoirs are full of water from the rains and winter snow.
Reflections add so much to a view, like doubling the world and giving the mind a puzzle about which parts are real.
With all the swings from heavy rain and snow to warm weather the rivers are running high and fast! Exhilarating!
This gentle mallard seemed like she was enjoying the gorgeous morning light on the river with me. I love sunny mornings in the Spring!
The A to Z was draining but Awesome! All the challenge posters I read daily, at one point or another, questioned why they and/or others were participating or blogging at all. Specifically, is it all about numbers? They were disheartened by … Continue reading