Who turned out the Lights
Vista House atop Mt. Spokane, WA. An interesting contrast with cloud blocking the sun from lighting up the stone structure.
Summer Lupines bursting with color atop Mt. Spokane
Spires of Gold
Beargrass in bloom in the South Meadow of Mt. Spokane
The Hills are Alive...
Mt. Spokane, at the southern end of the Selkirk Mountain Range, is bursting with color from Wildflowers like these Lupines.
Blooming and prolific Beargrass in Mt. Spokane State Park take on all sorts of fun and interesting shapes, hard to focus on just one!
Walk this Way
Arrangement of flowers at Manito Park forming an arrow directing all to explore the other many plantings of Duncan Gardens. :)
The Larger bee on the right was minding it's own business gathering pollen when the smaller one seemed to object!
The Last Straw
Gigantic bales of straw appear to dwarf a distant barn out near Deer Park.
Staff of Life
Wheat is near ready for harvest out in Deer Park.
Like a fire drill going every which way, these Bighorn Sheep stirred-up quite a lot of dust as they looked for routes down for an afternoon drink from the waters of Lake Roosevelt.
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.