Sunday, August 16, 2009

Homes on Mount Rainier. . .part 1

There were many fallen trees at Rainier. No one is allowed to haul them off for firewood. It is a National Park and all wood remains there to become a home for bugs, insects and smaller animals. Can you see any?




7 comments:

Love Bears All Things said...

Yep! interesting wood.
Mama Bear

Malyss said...

Great pictures! i like the texture of the wood, you caught it very well; And those trees were so old when they died..

cieldequimper said...

I love trees and what they mean to us. Lovely shots.

Martha Z said...

Great shots, great post.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's good to keep the natural ecology of certain places. We too have parks and forests her that forbid the removal of wood, plants, animals....

Barb said...

I really enjoyed both your posts showing the trees/stumps/bark. I like seeing the whorls and patterns in wood - so interesting. Trees are always so photogenic!

storyteller said...

WOW ... parts 1, 2, and 3 are wonderful too ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

About Me

My photo
WELCOME to my blog. I hope you will return often.

I am on my third digital camera, all Olympus. I enjoy using it and sharing my photos. I also enjoy writing. I hope to share a little of each on this blog. My main blog is Postcards From the Northwest.

Kerri and I will continue to add benches to "For the Love of Benches Continued . . . " blog also. It is good to continue to share with her!

Continuation of the Kiggins House Re-model photos were lost when my computer crashed.

The latest city project, TURTLE PLACE, will unfold here as I have time to add photos. It is complete and maybe I can find enough photos someday to show you the final results. Next project after the two I am working on now. . .

Blog Your Blessings Sunday