Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Another rainy day in Seattle so I've spent it at the computer scanning old film images. I found this image in the files that I had forgotten about. Barclay Lake is near Seattle and a pretty easy hike without too much elevation gain. Located a valley in the mountains, it tends to get dark earlier than the peaks do. Early in the season, the light skimmed down the valley and caught the driftwood but left the far shore in shadow. The last minute or so, the log was lit with a beautiful warm glow. One minute later, the entire valley was in shade.
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