The Nanapush or Little People

The Little People of the Olympics are called the Nanapush. Root systems are massive in the valleys of the Olympic Mountains. In the rain forests of the Olympic Peninsula, we are all little people. I keep wanting to put fairy wings on my mom. The assignment was: Day Seven: Big & Point of View Today, let’s go big. Whether inside or outside, photograph something of massive size. Feel free to interpret big in your own way, and get creative with your shot. I couldn’t resist using a couple of my favorite pictures, even if one was taken with a cheap old … Continue reading The Nanapush or Little People

What Represents Connection to Me

Connection When I am able to share  with someone a place in time . . . an experience, that is a connection. I live in an area visited by people from around the world, the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Many have not experienced the wonders of the rainforest valleys or the snow-topped alpine meadows, or the ocean. I love to take people to special places and have them experience the wonderment of just being there experiencing it. What a joy it is! It’s not something my camera often captures. Continue reading What Represents Connection to Me