Thursday, January 29, 2009

Wordless (almost) Skywatch post

Boundary Bay, last week:


Sandpipers.


Youngster


Tide flats, with lugworm mounds


Eelgrass




Dead purple starfish


Flying high


Mount Baker at sunset.
(A Skywatch post)
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16 comments:

  1. I love these shots, especially the last one of Mt Baker. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers!
    Regina In Pictures

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  2. Beautiful!!! That's a lot of Sandpipers!
    Mount Baker is an amazing mountain, isn't it!!?? WOW.
    Mountain Retreat

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  3. WONDERFUL series!!! :)
    Love it!

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  4. Your almost series is defintiey there.

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  5. Mt Baker is a wonderful end to the series. Loving all the photos, and would you believe I'd never heard of lugworms before your blog?

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  6. Lovely!

    Good shots of the eagles & sandpipers but Mt Baker is GREAT!

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  7. I must agree, all beautiful but that last shot of Mt. Baker is amazing.

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  8. Loving all the photos, the are great.

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  9. What an interesting assortment of shots. They were all lovely.

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  10. Beautiful collection of photos for sky watch friday, thanks for sharing with us all.

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  11. Having lived in Vancouver for a bit your photos are a welcome reminder!Loved this entry! Here in Ontario we are still in a deep freeze
    that feels like Spring will never come.Happy weekend to you!Oh how I loved seeing Mt. Baker in the distance each morning..sigh.

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  12. was really hard to find the button for posting a comment, but I simply had to!!
    I love the shadows in the photos of the single strand of eelgrass, and Mount Baker! The light and shadows on the mountain are simply great!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  13. wonderful... I do so love sky watch friday!!

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  14. You have a lot of great shots here. My favorites are the sandpipers, eelgrass and starfish. Happy Skywatch Friday!

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  15. The starfish is beautiful. Too bad it was dead.

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  16. Thanks all, and welcome to all the new faces! I hope to see you again around here, or maybe on your blogs.

    Wren, I've got a lugworm link for you. Here.

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