Well, as you can see, the river is swollen...lots of water in places it isn't usually. The roaring sound was so powerful - I felt very small.
This is the bridge built from railroad ties. There are a few organizations that oversee this park and a few that use it. I discovered today that Sequim has a group of Birders that will be meeting here every Thursday for the next month!
This is an artistic shot? lol! I intentionally shot the sun -
I know, duh! My little camera probably shreeked in pain!Anyway, I only saw a couple of Chestnut backed Chickadees the whole time - which is a delight to me because they are my favorite! Even tho' the sun was glorious, the wind was blowing fiercely - so I think most little birds were in the brush, where pedestrians are forbidden. What was neat, was that I was able to hear their song very clearly, since there were no other birds to confuse me ;) They flew around and around - I tried to get photos, but they are VERY blurry - oh well, there's always next time!
ps. When you come to visit, I will happily take you to the Dungeness Railroad Bridge Park - maybe we'll see more birds and you'll get better photos than I.