Yesterday was a mix of clouds and sun, then rain…followed by more sun and a rainbow!
These are from Thursday, April 13th. I took a group of students to RoozenGaarde for Photo Class.
Way in the back across several very muddy fields, there were several lovely fields, actually bordering McClean Road.
I expected rain, and we were blessed with wonderful clouds and a near perfect sky. Anyway, here are a few images.
Next week, April 17 to 23 should see most of the fields go into bloom, but who knows what Mother Nature has in mind…
For me Day 1 means my first tulip festival photo shoot of the year.
And no, there are no tulips quite yet. But the daffodils have started to bloom! Here is the Bloom Map to see where they are.
Last two years, the daffodils were almost done by now. But this has been an unusually wet, cold and dreary winter.
Here are two daffodil images from this morning.
We did espy one lone tulip…
And a few snow geese.
Picture takin’ in Skagit Valley is way beyond cool!
I offer guided Photo Tours of Tulip Festival, here is the link with more info
Along the Bayview Edison Road there is a small bridge over the Samish River. The end of the river curves west as it opens into the sound.
The sweeping are is filled with grass and an old, abandoned boat.
The Enchantments are a small section of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, in the North Cascades of Washington State.
There are many magical sights to see.
Here are three of my favorites:
Here is a link for info about North Cascades Photo Tours
And here is a link to find out more about North Cascades Night Sky Photo Tours
Fir Island lies in the Skagit River delta. It is the winter home for snow geese and other migratory water fowl.