The hikes just get better and better.
1. Hiking to the parking lot.
2. Running in to the most adorable septuplets ever?
3. Everything past 7 feet is infinitely away from you. (Trust me on this one)
To my enjoyment, I found out pigeons are were easily startled which made waiting that much more fun.
I hope I never lose the thrill of seeing the first snow.
Someone please tell me what kind of rock this is.
A little perspective.
Home at last.
It's my first batch of photos from the new lensss. After putting it off for at least three months, I finally bit the bullet and bought a wide angle. Not being able to autofocus with this lens because my camera doesn't have an internal focusing motor made me a little nervous to use it. But practice makes perfect, and after this fantastic hike in Snoqualmie Pass, I am more confident with my manual focusing.
Exactly two more weeks until I leave, and I'm starting to freak out a little bit. I have a research project to start and finish, a book to read, and a lot of gear to pack in not-so-much space. How did 2/3 of summer already pass?
In other news,
1. Hurray for Bolt and the Olympics in general.
2. Hurray for Curiosity. Blurry pictures have never looked so good.
3. Let's celebrate.