It's September already and another summer is slipping by fast--too fast. Here in the Upper Left Hand Corner of the U.S.A. (apologies to Alaska), we know there won't be that many more shorts and T-shirt warm days here. So we savor each sunny September day.
Our light this time of year, when the sun is out, seems to have a subtle golden glow. Perhaps it's the angle of the sun, but there's just something sweet and particular about September light. I know it instinctively.
While I've been working too much and through several weekends, I am getting away this weekend. So check back next week for more blog posts about Seattle's progressive sister (and MSL rival) to the north, Vancouver, B.C. Love that city!
In the meantime, just a few shots from this spectacular and special region.
|Art in the Park, Carkeek Park, Seattle, Washington|
|Cypress Island from Guemes Island ferry terminal, Anacortes, Washington|
|Mt. Hood sunset, Hood River Valley, Oregon|
|Orcas Island ferry terminal, Orcas, Island, Washington|
Happy trail and thanks for visiting Pacific Northwest Seasons.