Monthly Archives: January, 2012

Before the Alarm

One morning I got up early like I was going to work but instead of driving to the park and ride I drove north.  I had no destination in mind, just a drive tobe alone and maybe find some  pretty pictures.  This was one of several photos that turned out really nice.  It has that …

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Trying Not To Be A Hater

The gutters are starting to boil with the incessant rain outside.  It’s 3 a.m. and I’ve been up for an hour.  Straddling the office chair I surf through other blogs wondering why I find other people’s lives so fascinating.  Is it that my life is so boring that I have to read about others or …

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Bad Yak Beads

I went to this little tiny hole in the wall Tibetan store the other day. I was hunting for a bagua mirror, and I say hunting literally because it took 4 hours and six stores to finally find it. Little did I know that feng shui and Tibetan don’t mix. I should have known this …

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Raindrops On Weary Mass Transit

    The pattern on the window of the public transit vehicle was fascinating. In my sleepy morning cushioned seat I could have been closing my eyes to rest my weary brain but I found the rain on the window to be much more fascinating than sleep could ever have been. There was no pattern …

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A Strange, Unsettling Dream

  I had the strangest dream a few days ago that I can’t stop thinking about.  I need a dream interpreter!  It was very unsettling. So I was in a familiar place, a place that I had been before. I had the impression that it was an office building.  I was moving around to all …

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Zen Morning

Zen Morning

Fishing Lake Wenatchee on a cold winter morning.

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Winter Wonderland in Seattle

I took this photo at 5:30 a.m. before it was light. It’s hard to ‘see’ anything but snow here because it is such a rare occurence for snow to stick around in Seattle.  And yet, when I drive around it looks much like a mountain pass or a ski resort.  So far we’ve gotten about …

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Crazy Bicycle Person

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Catch My Heart

If I trust you enough to show my vulnerability by pouring out my heart to you, please remember to provide a loving cup to hold it so I can return it to my heart. Nothing hurts more than pouring out your heart and seeing it splatter across the stone cold floor.

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Snow in the Pacific Northwest

It doesn’t snow very often in Seattle.  And even when it does snow, it doesn’t stick around.  This is the exception.  Being a photographer in Seattle, I have to rush out when it snows to capture the beauty before it goes away.

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