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Once Upon a Summer’s Night

So… I wanted to ‘do’ Stonehenge on June 21… wondering if anyone else had the same idea … ahem
Yes, it got a bit crowded so I went back the following night and had it all to myself… and didn’t have to …sacrifice any virgins, either

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Foggy Sunset at the Coast

End of another Summer’s day off the Oregon Coast. The fog rises over the ocean as the sun sets, painting the scene in a warm, orange glow. Still visible, fishing boats arrive at the South Jetty of the Columbia river while a flock of Pelicans provide aerial escort. A dreamy, mesmerizing scene.

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The Quiet hour

Klickitat (Mt. Adams) getting ready for the night

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Beauty on the micro scale

Desolate beach. ferocious winds, incessant rain, driftwood, piles of sea foam blown hither and yon looking like small, ghostly creatures scurrying to invade… But closer up… it’s another world… delicate bubble shapes… unexpected hues. And yes, they do stay still for a few seconds…

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Twilight of a working vessel

The remains of the “Peter Iredale,” on the Oregon Coast, 103 years after it ran aground

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The Good Old Days??

Amazing that Chimpanzees can live 40-45 years in the wild (!)

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