From Blue Herons to Driftwood Sculptures

When I got my first camera a little over 50 years ago, I enjoyed working in B&W, when one actually had to thread B&W film into your camera.  One of my COVID pandemic resolutions is to starting doing more B&W photography.

In August, Leila and I escaped our home isolation for the first time since early March to enjoy four wonderful days staying at a friend’s cabin on the Olympic Peninsula.  These B&W photos, from Marrowstone Island (near Port Townsend) and Dungeness Spit, are the results of my attempt to focus on recovering my past interest.

View from Marrowstone Island

Blue heron on the hunt for food

Driftwood sculpture 1 from Dungeness Spit

Driftwood sculpture 2 from Dungeness Spit

 

 

 

 

 

Years of wear at East Beach park on Marrowstone Island

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