Monthly Archives: November 2010

A snowstorm before Thanksgiving

Last week was an interesting one. The weather forecasts predicted snow starting Monday, and very cold temperatures, and indeed they were right. Monday noon was just cold, and there was already a thin blanket of snow over the city. But … Continue reading

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A hummingbird in winter

Today it snowed in Seattle; or I assume so, because it snowed in Bellevue: It was a short flurry, not enough to blanket the ground. After lunch, I went for a walk, camera in hand, and caught a glimpse of … Continue reading

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More autumn colors

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Red sky at night, sailor’s delight?

Not sure on this one:

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Autumn colors

Washington State is known as the Evergreen State, and for good reason. A lot of the trees in this area are perennials, so the fall here isn’t as defined as in the East Coast. Some of the leaves are turning, … Continue reading

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