Monday, March 23, 2009

Wind, rain and sun

Today was a blustery one on the Olympic Peninsula. We spent the weekend on the coast and when returning home to Port Townsend late this afternoon, the sun broke through the clouds onto Lake Crescent seen here. We stopped for a bit and I noticed the light/shadow play on this rugged little madrone clinging to the edge of the rocky shore.

A gallery of shadows awaits your discovery at Harriet's Shadow Shot Sunday.


10 comments:

cieldequimper said...

You caught this beautifully. I can almost feel the wind on my face!

Olivier said...

on sent le mouvement de l'arbre sous le vent...cela fait très photo des années 1980.

Bibi said...

Funny, it was really blustery here on Saturday! Rattling the windows, etc. But it was overcast, not like your blue sky.

Hey Harriet said...

Oh gosh it looks so windy! Ick! Terrible weather aside, your photo is awewsome. I'm lovin' the colours in it...it almost looks like an oil painting rather than a photo. It's really beautiful. Hope the wind has eased off! Have a super week ahead :)

Small City Scenes said...

Wow! At first glance it looks like a blustery tropica island. Great shot. windy and not so nice here too. MB

artslice said...

Oh, it's been so long since I've been there... this shot brings back many lovely memories!

gogouci said...

Blustery indeed. The only thing missing is Winnie the Pooh.

lavenderlady said...

They are a survivor in our windy part of the world. Great photo.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

beautiful capture!

Joni said...

Hi! Funny thing, I live in Seattle but I found your blog on Ramblings of Spain! This photo of the tree in the wind is so gorgeous!!