When I browsed through my uploaded photographs looking for a particular photo today, it felt like I traveled down Memory Lane. Having taken thousands of digital photographs since 2008, I had forgotten about most of them, until…
So here are ten photos that I’m pulling from my archives on Word Press. All the photographs were taken in and around Bellingham, Washington, mostly from 2012-14.
I like the horns in this photograph sparkling under the July sun. I took this photo at the annual Community Food Coop Party in 2012 (I believe) and this band was with the Circus Guild. They reminded me of Tom Waits.
I took this photograph also the first full year that I lived in Bellingham. I had discovered the dance workshops held in the Village Green (Fairhaven) on a Sunday in July. These particular dancers were involved with the swing workshop.
I used a red filter effect on my Nikon Coolpix to bring out the red of this waitress’ hair.
I took this photograph in 2014 (I think), and this is the only cinnamon teal I’ve encountered. I was so stunned by the beauty of this bird that I named him Mr. Spicy. He perched on his rock and stared at me the entire time I visited his marsh.
The beauty of Whatcom Falls Park. I took this photograph in 2012 on my Sony Sure Shot camera (which I no longer have).
Everybody Bikes event from 2013 (or 2012) which featured city government employees racing tricycles in the parking lot of City Hall. I’m sure their thighs screamed at them later that day.
Technically this is a bad photo, but I like it. It was one of those accident shots when I accidentally bumped my camera up against something–a happy accident that might have ended up in the delete bin due to my perfectionism.
Someone took the time to make snow sculptures on the WWU campus.
That’s not a burnt spot on the car, but dust in the lens of my old digital camera. That dust ruined many otherwise good photographs.