Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Still Life With Rain

On a rainy day last week we went for a romp, the dogs and I.

The Sun Played Hide And Seek

We drove through TA-13, near Roy, Washington. I especially love that place because there are still signs of lives lived in days gone by, before the land became the back country controlled by the army at Fort Lewis, now called Joint Base Lewis McChord. In TA -13 there are still remnants of a farm or ranch, although the remains are fast disappearing. Below are shots of a family cemetery from the 1800s.

The vast areas of forest and open prairies controlled by JBLM are fascinating to explore. Even in the rain.

In a way, a rainy day is best for seeing all the colors and textures up close.  When there is not so much scenery to compete with the smaller, more quiet things.

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