Wednesday, May 27, 2015


(I will edit to make some sort of explanation of these images later.)

OK, I am back. I had to get something posted before I headed out this morning or I would have been receiving those, hey Kathy do you know it's Wednesday messages.

This was most fascinating. We saw it along the waterfront in Tacoma when we did the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night Walk last October. (We will be doing that again this coming fall--watch for a chance to sponsor us.)

The only reason I did not use it as my header is that it is not a true silhouette--it looked like one in the thumbnails, but there is too much detail visible to really call it a silhouette. Then again, it is just bizarre enough--maybe I should resume "Odd Shots Mondays".

Winter leaves silhouetted against a cloudy sky.

Not so many leaves at all on a cloudy sky.

For several days this winter this cat sat at the top of the hop poles. I was not sure if he knew how to get down, but one day he was gone and the next he was a couple of poles over, so obviously he was not stuck. Again, a bit too much detail to call it a silhouette.

These ducks on Dumas Bay became my header.

...but it could just as easily have been the eagle flying over.

And of course, I always have my hopyard sunset silhouettes--well, until another month or so when the hops will be covering the trellises.

The others have their posts and headers up before I did get a chance to write. Their links are in my sidebar. Give them a visit.


imac said...

Neat show there Kathy, Love your header but really like the bike, most brain racker that one,lol

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Swell show Kathy.

Christine said...

Your hopyard silhouette is my favorite; of course I've seen it before and it is still beautiful!

Lew said...

Love the header - the golden sunset really makes the ducks stand out! I still love the sunset through the hops field. Perhaps an "odd shots" header theme someday?