Photo copyright Gary Williams 2007. May not be reproduced without permission. Taken by Gary from Mike Mason’s Stearman biplane, looking northeast across the Dungeness Spit and the Olympic Peninsula’s Strait of Juan De Fuca. In the distance is the snow-covered peak of Mt. Baker. Below and left of the airplane’s wing is the grass airstrip at Blue Ribbon Farms. Our former home is clearly visible … if you know where to look. 🙂 You can see this photo really, really big by clicking on it, then clicking again on the larger image.
Wintery view out the Sequim front window.
A snowy day in Sequim
The house on the Moor; looking out our back windows toward the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Looking from our front yard toward the Olympic Mountains.
Our koi pond.
Duck drops in for a visit.
Photo is shown as it came from the camera.
This one is edited in Bridge and Photoshop. You decided which is best.
Have a Pheasant day!
Do you ever wonder what happened to Dan Quail. Me neither.
Look, we’re sno angels!
Nick, the neighbor cat, poofs at the sight of a Blue Heron in our pond
Hawk drops in for a visit.
Frogs loved the pond
Eagles were a daily sight out the back windows
Tall fun at the Sequim logging festival.
Log cutting contest at the logging festival.
This guy is crazy!
Flying a little too close to a nuclear sub, but only the seagulls on its deck seem to notice.
This is not a Stearman, as the file is labeled; it’s a visiting Waco at Blue Ribbon Farms.