Asymmetrical Relationship

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Sony Alpha 6300; f/14; 1/80; ISO-100; 18mm. 8/8/2018 6:24 PM.

We didn’t have to fly at Lake Crescent to remember how long it took for us to get here. Not one bit. Corruptions by an outdated program help to clang everything into perspective.

Lake Olympia in April 2018

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Shot with a Canon SL1; f/5.6; 1/800; ISO-320; 29mm. 4/19/2018 5:14 PM.

You don’t scare me, anymore.

Alder Lake

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Shot with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS; f/8; 1/800; ISO-200; 130mm. 10/23/17 1:41 PM.

From Ontario to SeaTac, you can see Alder Lake in all its beauty like a canyon filled with fog against a sublime chain of mountains. Quite a nice little sight.

Photographer Nine

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Shot with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS; f/5.6; 1/400; ISO-800; 18mm. 1/15/2018 3:33 PM.

We like taking photos, evidently. And I used to be worried about the idea of permanence. Not much anymore. Photography does that to you.

Lakefair

Walking among crowds
Like we belong
But we cast ourselves
A different color

As observers
Outsiders to the fair
To make fun of them
And enjoy the scene

Without being a
Part of it

Absent from bright lights
We dim instead
Dead inside beside living
And the carefree
Making fun of them
Because they aren’t

The two
Of us

Trees of Silence

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Shot with an iPhone 5s; f/2.2; 1/2053; ISO-32; 4mm. 6/25/16 4:28 PM.

In the shadow of Mount Baker, there is a lake, and a river, and an outlet. In that outlet is a wide pond, with beaches below the surface of the water, where trees grow and mirror themselves as they mature.