These are the final allotment of my farm scenes and barns from Northeastern Washington that I took in August.
I’m linking up to The Barn Collective hosted by Tom the Backroads Traveler.
I’m posting this next photo on all my posts that go up on 9-11, remembering.
For my outdoor photos this week I took a little trip to Pt. Mugu to practice with my new camera. I was hoping for some good crashing wave action to test out my quick clicking feature. (that’s not the technical term but I’m just not savvy enough to know what that function is really called)
The beach was lovely as usual. I walked above a rock outcrop to see how the waves were crashing…
It really was fun to be able to click away with no pauses in between!
This was the best splash during my time here.
While waiting for more crashing waves I captured these pelicans coasting by…
In my neck of the woods and all along the road to get to Pt. Mugu there are farmlands. On my way home I stopped at the side of the road to get a shot of this pretty sight. I also passed rows of Strawberries and Artichokes.
Later in the day when Willow and I were walking we saw these lizards enjoying the sunshine. “Here lizard, lizard, lizard”… (does anyone remember that taco bell commercial with the talking chihuahua??)
Happy Outdoor Wednesday everyone and thank you Susan for being such a great hostess. Click over to A Southern DayDreamer to see more of the outdoors around the world…
Photobucket is holding all my photos that I stored on their site from 2007-2015 hostage replacing them with ugly grey and black boxes and asking for a large ransom to retrieve them. It is a slow process to go through all my posts deleting the ugly boxes.