Woodland — “entertainment”

Charles Arcudi at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonNo, not Angkor Wat. Woodland, Washington.Woodland Bottoms Land, Woodland, WashingtonWoodland Bottoms LandWoodland, WashingtonOkay, that was the "art" shot. This is the one you probably want to see.Holland America Flower Gardens, Cowlitz County, WashingtonHolland America Flower GardensCowlitz County, WashingtonTulips, schmulips. These things are works of art.Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, WashingtonRidgefield National Wildlife RefugeClark County, WashingtonI believe this is a sleeping bee. Believe it or not, I've been looking for one of these since I heard the song "A Sleeping Bee" a couple of decades...Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, WashingtonRidgefield National Wildlife RefugeClark County, WashingtonA view from the bridge at the entrance looking north along the bordering canal.Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, WashingtonRidgefield National Wildlife RefugeClark County, WashingtonGreat Blue Heron advancing on its prey. (Spoiler alert. If you've ever watched paint dry, you have already had more excitement in your life than...Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, WashingtonRidgefield National Wildlife RefugeClark County, Washington...and the swans come down.Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, WashingtonRidgefield National Wildlife RefugeClark County, WashingtonCanada Goose tries to horn in on my attempt to create art out of twisted wood and stagnant water.Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, WashingtonRidgefield National Wildlife RefugeClark County, WashingtonThe deer was chewing, not talking. But I could see this one singing "The Sound of Music," no problem.Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, Clark County, WashingtonRidgefield National Wildlife RefugeClark County, WashingtonSince I am the third person I know of to post a Wood Duck discovery over the last week -- the other two are @William Jones and @Richard Remington,...Sauvie Island, Multnomah County, OregonSauvie IslandMultnomah County, OregonI was lucky enough to get to see one of these each of two different times I visited the island this summer. They aren't really that big, maybe...Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, WashingtonIt started out as a bummer of a day. After a late meeting at work, I sailed home to pick up my gear, drove like a felon for eleven miles to the...Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, WashingtonIf these were two human beings, the scene might go something like this. [Note: I'm playing the scene for laughs, but the stereotypes, gender roles,...Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, WashingtonThis is the second one. Mount Hood.Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, WashingtonEvery evening, a sky full of Sandhill Cranes comes floating into the northern reaches of the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. I always wondered...Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, WashingtonOk, since we couldn't manage displaying three cranes, one after another, let's do it in pieces. Here's the first one...Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, Washington...and here's the second half of the split.Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, WashingtonOur three previous bar patrons, plus an innocent bystander, at the end of the tableau.Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, WashingtonAlmost forgot. I saw a couple of other things while I was out there chasing cranes. The first one was Mount St. Helens.Frenchman's Bar Park, Vancouver, WashingtonFrenchman's Bar ParkVancouver, WashingtonThe banks of the Columbia River, with the monstrous cranes of the Port of Vancouver looking like matchsticks in the distance.
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