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Monday, September 8, 2008

The Painter & the Paddler



The Summer its coming to its end...and this man is capturing the last few adventurers out there at the west end...

15 comments:

Rambling Round said...

I like the black and white background here.

To answer your ?, the spider was on a shrub in my backyard. Yikes! Really, these garden spiders aren't dangerous but are good for killing pests or so I understand.

Katney said...

Another answer to a comment question--you asked what kind of beer we are brewing?

Yakima Valley is home to something like 80-90% of the hops grown in the world and some 3000 acres of new hopyards have been put in this year.

So I guess the answer would be: just about any kind you might want.

I've added you to my bookmarks to visit regularly.

Malyss said...

Thank you for your comment under my photo on "Picture this".When I see YOUR photos, which are so beautyful, I'm glad you liked mine!
Your city seems very attractive , and so is your blog.I think I'll come back...
Mary

Olivier said...

belle photo, on dirait un radeau sur la gauche. les ombres sont superbes


beautiful picture, it looks like a raft on the left. shadows are superb

april said...

And he has already a rain-jacket on ...

Webradio said...

Hello !

Elle est jolie cette photo !

Becky said...

This is awesome! I love it! The setup is just great. Well done.

Thanks for visiting my blog. Walla Walla is in southeastern Washington State, USA. The Walla Walla Valley encompasses three towns: Walla Walla, College Place, and just a little across the Oregon border, Milton-Freewater. It's a small-town area, but it's been home for many years!

Hope you come back often...I plan to have better pictures once I get back from vacation.

angela said...

The B&W is very atmospheric. I like your header photo too.

Meg in Nelson said...

What IS that? A gondola? What are the other two (?) doing? Enlarged, the image looks positively Egyptian.

J. said...

A nice shot:)

Mo said...

Great capture. What happened to summer. Clearly it happened somewhere on Mars this year.

Michaela said...

Beautiful. I love going to photography blogs about Vancouver. I'm so proud of BC! We have amazing things to photograph.

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kunal bhatia said...

this one is really well shot. good going. (forgive the repeated comment, the earlier one was under a friend's id, kindly delete that one)
- Mindless Mumbai

Anonymous said...

You have to express more your opinion to attract more readers, because just a video or plain text without any personal approach is not that valuable. But it is just form my point of view

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