Passing the morning perched atop weathered driftwood.
Tall trees stand guard along the grassy perimeter.
A cluster of tiny mushrooms spring up from an old tree stump.
A small wall along the waterway protects a corner garden from high tide.
Where did it come from, and when did the journey begin?
Still waters reflect fishing boats in the harbor on a foggy day.
The Cape Disappointment Lighthouse stands on a bluff in Washington State above the north side of the Columbia River. First lit in 1856 remains the oldest functioning Lighthouse on the West Coast.
Nestled in the end of a fallen tree, this caught my eye while walking along a wooded path on the coast of southern Washington. Although it rates high on my “ick factor” scale, I couldn’t help but snap a photo.