BARNS AND TRACTORS

This morning I went for a monster walk, 6.8 miles across the Ebey Prairie to Ebey Landing and back. It was the longest walk I’ve done since my radiation treatments and it really kicked my butt but on the other hand I really kicked Prostate Cancer’s Butt!

I took way too many photos to post here but I’ll share a few that I liked.

First off, the morning sun was lighting the sky around Mt. Baker. There was a pink haze in front of the mountain that only lasted for about five minutes.

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As I got to the prairie the light was equally nice on this old barn.

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Further out on the prairie I spotted this tractor that must have stopped for the day and just parked in the middle of the field.

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I liked this photo because of the barn reflection in the pond out in the field.

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I spotted this old tractor and barn on the Willowood farm. The yellow morning sun really lit it up.

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I thought this little barn/house/shed had a nice peaceful feel to it.

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Just for fun I included this photo of a freighter crossing the road. Notice the sign! I love Photoshop 🙂

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At Ebey Landing this Long Billed Curlew posed for this wonderful photo with the nice rocks in the foreground.

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Well that was fun, thanks for walking with me. I’ll see you tomorrow for more!

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