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November 27, 2006



I've been to the Puget Sound area a few times but have yet to make it out to the Olympic Peninsula. Maybe one day.


Thanks, Lene. The Northwest coast was a significant part of my summer in 1989. I hitch hiked throughout the Olympic Peninsula and island hopped across Puget Sound before heading off for the icy north with NOLS. I was in a transitional place then, as in other ways I find myself now, and returning to these images with older eyes has offered new interpretations and ways of seeing, as well as fertile ground for blogging!


I really like the photos and your commentary on them, Tim. How I wish I could see the second one in person!

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