There are remnants of an old pier in Dungeness Bay near the former location of the Three Crabs Restaurant. The road has been rerouted around a wetland but there’s a small parking lot and short trail that leads to the beach. The area is planted with native vegetation and is being restored.
This fellow resides at the Dungeness River Audubon Center. He’s pretty benign as bears go.
Old Victorian buildings are sometimes called “painted ladies.” This one in Port Townsend is a good example.
I liked the looks of reflections at the John Wayne Marina on an otherwise drab day.
I have a new lens that helps me get closer to the birds that catch my eye. I haven’t seen a lot of eagles lately but was pleased to find this one.
There may have been other birds mixed in but all I could see were gulls…in the sky, on the shore, in the water. This shot shows only a fraction of the birds flying over Dungeness Bay.
“Ignore him, Madge. He’s just showing off again.”