Sunday, August 14, 2022
Just struck me. I woke to fog in the trees initially as the sun first appeared. Soon after the fog gave way to clear. Looking towards the west I could see fog lingering for some time in that area. this “foggy morning” was only typical of a portion of Edmonds that remained in the fog for much of the morning. .Just scanned through the 25 photos on the first page of these “Scene in Edmonds” photos. 100% taken between 8th and the water. Anyone ever submit anything “Scene” east of 9th in the rest of Edmonds? I am challenging my fellow residents outside of the bowl to share some of the beauty that will show ALL of Edmonds.
Yes, nothing screams EDMONDS like the sunrise over Magic Toyota.
Sorry Lora, couldn’t resist. You make a great point. Another article here shows a great future photo op at Lake Ballenger Park. There are little known woods and wetlands around Pine Ridge that could be photographed. Birds and animals could be photographed in increasingly threatened upland wooded areas. Maybe some pictures of these landmark trees we are trying to protect. Nice landscaped homes along Maplewood Dr. Lots of opportunities.
I will point out that we have had quite a few very nice sunrise shots over Lake Ballinger as well as eagle shots there, and some nice shots of wildlife at Chase Lake too. Just not lately.
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