I’m not the only person who’s out taking photos in Port Townsend. It can be fun to see what tourists find interesting.
It’s not many places where you see a Bald Eagle perched on a streetlight.
Too much in a hurry?
Playing around with a slow shutter speed to capture the energy of these four women, who were quite animated as they walked down the street.
Continuing my project covering winter weather in and around Port Townsend, this photo was taken off Jacob Miller Road where it meets Hastings. This is still within the city limit
This is not a Photoshop effect. The photo was made entirely in camera with a double exposure and deliberate camera movement. The idea was to convey the feel of heavy rain and how it affected Christmas shoppers.
I wonder why dogs want to sit in their person’s seat when that person leaves a vehicle. I sometimes think that it is some sort of doggy magic, intended to return the person more quickly.
For those who have only visited Port Townsend in the summer, here’s what winter can be like. Since that’s what’s happening now, you are seeing series of soggy photographs.
This young girl is taking advantage of the rain puddles and her rain boots, proving that we don’t always have to hide from the wet stuff.
The storm put much of the county out of power for about 12 hours. Gusts to 65 mph.