… which the beavers on campus routinely do in the woods next to the river.
This is another shot from a recent trip around Whidbey Island, WA. This is a sign from a small restaurant in Coupeville. If you look back through my images of the Pacific NW you will notice how subtle the color is out here – so this sign was arresting as we walked along the street. I did not saturate it or do anything but a small crop. For fun I put a B/W version behind the cut – it’s kind of sad by comparison.
The snow pack flattens marsh grass near a stream on my campus. I never tire of seeing the complex patterns in the dead remnants. (So sue me.)
There was an empty room at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, FL – why would it be empty? I decided to set my camera to a timed shot to see what it would reveal. The light bouncing into the empty space made bands of grey. Pretty cool – regardless of the intention of the empty space.