The Olympic National Park is a curious and beautiful place. The park is massive at 1,370 square miles. The bulk of this is the Olympic Mountains and their famous rainforests. But on the coast there is a narrow sliver of park. It’s 60 miles long and starts almost at the upper northwest corner of the… Continue reading Olympic Beaches Trip Report
Wen and I went to Paris and it rained. Not a gentle mist or a light sprinkle (we live in Seattle; we don’t notice that). No: pounding sheets of rain that soaked you to the bone and swelled the Seine to levels not seen since 1982 and forced the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay to close.… Continue reading Paris Notes
I’m looking for better ways to share the various photos I take. Here are a couple of recent ones from around Vancouver.
Various photo from around Toronto this afternoon:
Japan is sensory overload. It’s people and colour and sound everywhere. Sometimes the only way Wen and I could handle it was to try and take it out of focus: