In May

In May, the cottonwood seeds fill the air, falling thick as snow. Caught in a warm springtime blizzard, I reach out my hand to grab the fluffy snowflakes.


The Pacific Northwest does not cease to amaze me, with all its beautiful parks and views. When I walk around, I am reminded of a poem by Percy Shelley, The Recollection. Alone in the woods, the sounds of nature, the chirps and rustling boughs, only add to the peace and stillness.

Rattlesnake Ledge in the Clouds
Rattlesnake Ledge in the Clouds
Lake Union
Lake Union
Juanita Beach Park
Juanita Beach Park
Turtle Turtle Duck Duck Duckling
Turtle Turtle Duck Duck Duckling
Juanita Bay Park
Juanita Bay Park

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