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Winter Green

Early March at Portland’s Japanese Garden

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I Remember Yellowstone

One of many steaming hot water ponds in Yellowstone National Park (as I recall it.)

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Softly on the Rocks

A small cascade of water descends through a field of rocks, playfully creating small rainbows as it goes, somewhere in Washington’s “Indian Heaven” Wilderness.

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Moonlight Rhapsody

The night was cool for late Spring.   A half moon illuminated the forest scene just enough to make me aware of shapes and patterns, and my place in the universe. For now, a spectator.
I could see the thin layer of fog wafting atop the water surface.   And, across the lake, a small [...]

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Soft Power

“Water is fluid, soft and yielding. But water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. As a rule, whatever is fluid, soft and yielding will overcome whatever is rigid and hard. This is another paradox: what is soft is strong.” (Lao-Tzu, Chinese Philosopher, 604 BC - 531 BC)

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Just add H2O (in its solid phase)

This post is about …water, mostly.
The East end of Lacamas Lake, in Camas, Washington (my neck of the woods) is a familiar scene, yet, it never ceases to impress. Water seems to appeal to something in us, especially when it looks clean, calm and mirror-like.
Water in the forest, or at least surrounded by trees, [...]

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