I was struck by how well this multi-stemmed leaf cluster was draped on the fence.
June 27, 2009. Calabasas, CA.
Gulls often drop clams onto the stones in the Kala Point lagoon’s inlet, breaking them open so the birds can feed. This one was dropped too close to the water line of the incoming tide and the gull abandoned it. Not so the crabs, who quickly discovered the god’s gift.
“Nature, red in tooth and claw”, In Memoriam A.H.H, by Alfred, Lord Tennyson.
July 16, 2006. Kala Point lagoon, Port Townsend, WA.
The Kala Point beach, sculpted by a gentle tide and wind.
For those of you outside the Puget Sound area, WA-20 is a highway that is, in part, a ferry route (Pete Townsend/Keystone). We can see the ferry from the Kala Point beach as it arrives and departs Pete Townsend.
June 22, 2006. Kala Point, Pete Townsend, WA.
In a sea (bay?) of white-sailed boats, these burgundy-browns stood out. They remind me a bit of Futurama’s Dr. Zoidberg’s crest when he’s angry.
September 13, 2009. Wooden Boat Festival, Port Townsend, WA.