Monthly Archives: February 2015
Gray days on the Palouse. Although Wednesday the 24th offered a “Where’s Waldo” kind of photo. How many deer do you see? Hint. I spotted five. As a side note, I need to get a stronger telephoto lens. Hint, hint, … Continue reading
Catching the final rays of the day.
Moss growing on old barn wood.
The Depot in Potlatch. The WI&M Railway History Preservation Group is doing a fabulous job of restoration.
If I didn’t know better, I would think that Molly is auditioning for Sarah McLaughlin’s next commercial.
Some days, this picture really matches my mood. Other days, it is like this pine comb, somewhat hopeful of better things to come, yet reserved.
There are little signs of spring everywhere. From the little mini spots of green, to the receding signs of spring-runoff in the ditches, creeks, and rivers.
More decorations, courtesy of Mother Nature. The raindrops glitter like diamonds at the end of each needle.
A portrait of Molly.