12th Jan, 2012
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New Domain

Woot.. webfaction is pretty neat

17th Jun, 2011
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15th May, 2009
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Fog over the city

9th May, 2009
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Sunset at Volunteer Park

9th May, 2009
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All NY-Poster style

I think I might prefer it in B&W

9th May, 2009
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From the Space Needle at night

Seattle looks like a little model town, all glowing

9th May, 2009
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Space Needle at Night

9th May, 2009
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Sunset at Crescent lake

9th May, 2009
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Tree roots as driftwood

Crescent lake, Feburary

9th May, 2009
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Abstract floating thing

9th May, 2009
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Going through old photos

Trying to clear the decks, upload stuff that I’ve been too lazy to upload.. I liked this one

14th Feb, 2009
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Rainier and the Docks in Seattle

The sneaky mountain was out

22nd Nov, 2008
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Even Angels Cast Shadows

… and get struck by lightning.  These angels which look out from the top of Berliner Dom have been struck quite a few times, generating sufficient heat to melt and deform the bronze.

19th Nov, 2008
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Lanterns at Café Ladro

With my new Canon 28mm f/1.8 USM lens. By the way, Café Ladro means coffee thief – because they’re stealing customers from elsewhere.

3rd Nov, 2008
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Deception Pass

3rd Nov, 2008
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Fall on Capitol Hill

3rd Nov, 2008
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Pumpkin Patch in Skagit Vallet

24th Sep, 2008
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Sailing on Lake Union

Bill took us (Clare, Me, Nick, Faye, Schuyler) out on his boat.  Very nice.  Had a picnic on the boat and watched the sunset.  Very nearly got snared up in nets that a native tribe had placed round the marina (they have Salmon fishing rights in Lake Union).

24th Sep, 2008
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Nick and Faye’s Wedding

Here is a bunch of photos from the above wedding, we had a fabulous time. Nick and Faye looked so happy, it was lovely.

24th Sep, 2008
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Waterfall – the last of the Cascades

This was a waterfall right at the end of our journey through the Cascades which I had fun trying to photograph, you can judge how successful I was!

24th Sep, 2008
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The Lakes

These were the dramatic looking lakes right up high in the Cascades. The first one is Ross Lake and the second Diablo, the interesting colour in Diablo Lake is from Glacial ‘flour’, ground from the surrounding rock.

This was an amazing day, I took so many photos I ran out of space. The drive we took was really spectacular and we also saw lots of ageing bikers. The photos are of:

a glacial river on the way up the pass;

Liberty Bell (big mountain that looks like a bell x2);

Washington Pass Overlook (down the road we came up);

a roadside waterfall;

a plane going over the top of the Cascades;

arty rock face (for George xx);

burnt tree

and finally a cute shot of Mum and Dad.

24th Sep, 2008
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Winthrop

The Original Frontier town – went to Three Fingered Jack’s for dinner. We also stayed at a really lovely inn with hot tub, which the night photo is taken from.

24th Sep, 2008
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Carlton

This place was very America wild west, as you can see from the photos, Mum did still attempt to get a cappuccino in the General Store.

24th Sep, 2008
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Lake Chelan

A very, very large lake, which had lots of people on it, we however drove right up into the mountains and had a picnic completely isolated above the hub bub.

24th Sep, 2008
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Leavenworth

Leavenworth is a faux Bavarian town (used to just be a logging outpost) in the middle of the Cascades. It was slightly disappointing, this is a photo of one of the buildings on the High Street.

24th Sep, 2008
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Moon Valley

After leaving Yakima we went up a very barren valley (to the point where is was a moon-like landscape) and stopped for lunch by a grove of redwoods. Dad and I paddled in the river.

24th Sep, 2008
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Yakima

It was pretty hot when we got here, and took us as long to find the hotel from the airport as it took George to get all the way back to Seattle in his little aeroplane. This picture is of the Soda Fountain (‘Grease’ – like hangout) outside Yakima Museum, which we spent a morning wandering around.

24th Sep, 2008
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Mt Rainier

We went down from Seattle through a place called Enumclaw (something to do with evil spirits – though they do damn good mochas) and got to Rainier in the afternoon. It was awesome. I have included a picture of Rainier from Seattle (UDub) at the start to try and give a bit of scale. Being somewhat interested in rocks I also have to include the extrusive basalt columns (sorry).

23rd Sep, 2008
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The Hoh Rainforest

This was the same day as we went to Rialto Beach and the weather was completely different as soon as we left the coast, you could see this huge receding cloud bank. The rainforest was very spectacular, look at the size of the tree in the last picture. Even though we went on to stay at Ocean Shores and drove through Hoquiam, Aberdeen, Olympia (the State Capital) and Tacoma, these are the last decent photos from the Olympic Peninsula.

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