We recently toodled down to Port Gamble. An autumn requirement. It is a beautiful town any day of the year but a day in fall is the best. It is made for this season. We went out to walk the trails and discovered two things I never knew were there. (Some of you will have known of these gems for years but many, I am sure, do not). There is a pond complete with ducks, lily pads (some sort of aquatic vegetation) and great photographic opportunities. And my dog, Shiloh, found all sorts of neat smells. And looked great as she is a retriever and was quite at home amongst the tall grasses and waterfowl.
I am married, have two grown children and five grandchildren. I have lived in Kitsap County for most of my life. I am a photographer and watercolor artist. About ten years ago, I started getting serious about photography, and started selling photo cards in the local stores and to friends. Living in Kitsap County gives me ample opportunity for photography subjects.
The contest is over and the it was a photo finish! A special thank you for all the talented photographers that summited photos! The top 5 photos and their photographers will be featured in an upcoming post.
Here are the final vote counts!
How do you keep your tween son interested in a day hike? Turn it into a Zombie movie making experience. Heritage Park is a 443 acre park off of Miller Bay Road. Excellent for day hiking, lots of trails, and mountain biking. Oh and the occasional Zombie Satire video making.
In the near future the Earth is hit by a comet causing it to rotate faster and time to speed up… And in other news the planet is infested with zombies!
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