Category Archives: Photography

Here’s Your Sign . . . Septic Smarts in September

This is one of those signs from above that says it all. Enjoy the rest of your Septic Smart Week. I know the good people of Sequim (pronounced sk’wim, rhymes with swim) will be joining you. Ciao, Fannie   Save … Continue reading

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Summer Memories Before The Fall

My backyard early one morning in June before fire season started. “Every time I imagine a garden in an architectural setting, it turns into a magical place. I think of gardens I have seen, that I believe I have seen, … Continue reading

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The Pacific Northwest is Smokin’

Greetings from the smokin’ northwestern United States. Unlike our neighbors to the south and south east who are being pummeled by hurricanes, we looked like this a few week’s ago. Fire season started in late June. Since then thunder storms … Continue reading

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James Bond Fan

Sometimes the drive to the grocery story nets more than a bag of groceries. Parked in the stall closest to the entrance, how could anyone not admire the “James Bond Car”? The rainbow decal is “Positive” you’ll look. I have … Continue reading

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Nature In Action

While driving down a side street in our small town, I stumbled upon this fawn family. I was so excited they didn’t move when I stopped to take their picture, my hands shook, just a little. Save Save

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Roses and Sky

I’m off this week to a writer’s conference. Have a wonderful weekend. Keep on writing. Fannie Save

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A Kodiak’s Sorrow

I looked into his eyes—sorrow. Seventy-one degrees Fahrenheit cooked the Kodiak’s fur designed for surviving cruel Alaskan winters. An open sunny field with an electric fence blocking any escape into the shade. Learned helplessness. Three feet separated us, but his … Continue reading

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