Early morning fog fills most of the valleys near dawn.
Here’s another shot from Beaver Valley. Yellow leaves from the poplars in back, the alder on the left and the blackberries in front frame the view.
Continuing with the South County theme, here’s a clever “billboard” sign advertising Fransom Trucking. This is on Beaver Valley road not Center Valley.
The corner of Hwy 19 and Egg and I Road is a picturesque place. In the evening light, shadows creep across the fields and the evergreens stand dark in the distance. I’ve been trying to figure out how to take an interesting shot of this area for over a year. I finally realized that a panorama would work.
I believe these cows belong to the Bishop Dairy. They can often be seen grazing in the fields near the corner of Beaver Valley and Egg and I roads. The dairy sells milk to Organic Dairy.
The odd colors and texture come from my having too much time to play around with Photoshop, adding texture and gradient layers. As I recover from my foot surgery, I should be able to spend more time photographing and less on post processing.
Beaver Valley, about 15 miles south of Port Townsend gets a lot of fog. Fortunately, it is seldom thick enough to make driving difficult. The mix of farms and fog generally makes the valley interesting and sometimes beautiful.
Beaver Valley, the main road into Port Townsend from points south has a number of working family farms.