Out to Pasture
Found this old Tractor standing guard in the corner of a wheat field out in Lincoln County.
I've shared images of this Barn before, and each time it's because I think I've said goodbye but it keeps defying the hands of time and gravity.
Fly Like an Eagle
Cloud formations are always subjective, but going on first glance the cloud on right resembles an eagle soaring. Either way, a pretty dynamic cloud formation.
This Goat Sucks!
Hidden in a shadowy alcove just east of the Looff Carrousel, the Garbage Goat has delighted citizen's and visitor's alike since 1974 with it's appetite for sucking garbage presented to it.
Walk this Way
With icons U.S. Pavilion & Burlington Northern Clocktower distant on Havermale Island, the new Boardwalk around the Looff Carrousel building beckons visitors to the South Channel Spokane River and points eastward.
Down on the Boardwalk
All three of the remaining Iconic Landmarks in Riverfront Park captured in one view...U.S. Pavilion, Burlington Northern Clocktower and the 1909 Looff Carrousel in it's new 2018 enclosure and boardwalk.
A final image from the recent 7th Annual Car Show in Harrington WA. This Studebaker on Main street was a beauty with the whitewalls, Tear-drop Fenders and buff finish.
I can't Drive 55
Even standing still this classic Chevy looks like it's speeding down the highway! Main Street Harrington from this year's 7th annual Car Show.
Blades of Glory
Sunset on Windmill, Fort Spokane WA.
Purple Petal Power
June blossoms on Clematis in North Spokane.
Lifelong resident of Spokane. Graduate of Shadle Park HS and SFCC, Eagle Scout, Outdoor enthusiast. Photographer since 1979 as a hobby, since 1994 as hobby/craft and since 2010 as PT business. Active on local Craft Fair circuit displaying & sometimes selling my images of the Pacific Northwest, Western States and Canada. Visit my website www.SewellScenics.com as well as my landing pages on Facebook and Pinterest.