Category Archives: Sea Creatures

Harvestland

Confessions of a Bone Marrow Donor. Harvest: 1. The crop that is gathered or ripens during a particular season. 2. The season during which crop plants mature and crops are gathered. 3. The result of past or prior actions or … Continue reading

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Feathers

I went to a party last weekend and met a gardener who is going blind. Flowers and color matter less and less. Now form and fragrance matter. Big, stately martian leaves. Presence. He has known for awhile that he will … Continue reading

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Sea Creatures

I’ve been spending a lot of time at Washaway, but have been a poor beach correspondent. There has been a lot going on. My neighbor Lois died July 27. She and her husband Ray are very dear to me, and … Continue reading

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Blue hour

I moved to Seattle from Virginia in October 1992  and I remember being struck by the beauty of all the neon glowing in the rain. So I take pictures for this ongoing series I call Blue Hour. It’s from a … Continue reading

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Local color

There have been high tides but no big storms, so things are falling in, but slowly. This is good news for my friends Roberta and Dave, whose place is likely to be next. Their place is a block away from … Continue reading

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