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Posts tagged skywatch

Walking the Walla Walla dog

Walking the dog

Just over a year ago this happened. Sadly, I don’t think I will ever have a reason to head to this part of Washington again. I would like to see Palouse Falls (especially with a sky like this) someday though.

New Inderhavnsbro bridge

Inderhavnsbro

After five weeks in Copenhagen, I depart for London tomorrow. I’m sad to leave. Those were some fun weeks despite mediocre weather most of the time. Maybe I’ll be back next summer.

Today’s photo is of a new pedestrian and bike bridge in Copenhagen that links Nyhavn with Christianshavn. The bridge is a draw bridge and is nicknamed “the kissing bridge” for the way it connects back up. In the background is the Copenhagen Opera House. We rented a boat for a couple hours through friendships.dk from which I took this picture.

Nyhavn

Nyhavn

@GoVisitDenmark #nyhavn #copenhagen

The typical shot of Nyhavn has been done a billion times. And why not? It’s a pretty one. But I’ve done that photo several times over so I went for something a little different here with this 6-photo photomerge. The tourists were numerous on this day so I had to a wait a while to get a foreground that was this free of walking people.

Denver skyline with rainbow

denver skyline from coors field with rainbow

view from Coors Field

Only 58 days until 2016 MLB opening day…

Expo ’74 began 41 years ago today

@SpokaneCity @VisitSpokane @ActivelyNW

This neck of the woods, from May 4, 1974 to November 3, 1974, was a bustling center of activity for the world’s fair. We visited Spokane, for the first time, this past March when I took today’s photo. Spokane was between storms on this day so the sky was fantastic.

Walla Walla

walla walla washington field clouds

Walla Walla, Washington from Highway 12 @ 60 MPH

I always wondered what a place called Walla Walla would look like.

Heading out of Walla Walla last week, on our way to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho via Spokane, the lighting (followed by the sunset) was really fantastic. Unfortunately, we were going about 60 MPH. Fortunately, I wasn’t the driver. I took today’s photo out my window as we sped down the highway to our final destination.

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