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I have had a life-long interest in photography. An interest in the outdoors and natural resource management led to employment with the National Park Service and later the US Forest Service. During this time I developed a special interest in caves, bats, and nature in general. I am now retired, but continue assisting agencies as an environmental engineering consultant. Travel, and many days spent in the field, provide ample opportunity for photography. Many of the photos shown here are the result of finding myself in unique or little-visited locations. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I do taking them.

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I found your photo stream through a google search for "Mt. St. Helens 1978". Amazing collection of before and after. I remember going up there a lot as a kid and now I make frequent trips up. Seeing the changes through the years feels like everything is beginning to come full circle. It's been almost 40 years since this happened but I'll never forget May 18th 1980 for as long as I live. It still feels like yesterday. Thank you for sharing these!

You are right, these double decker buses are really out of Place! Thank you for you wonderful comments, they are appreciated.

Jim

That is a unique shot of Mt. Baker. Impressive. -Steen

I like how the tortoise is folded up like the pocket knife. -Steen

Impressive you made some barges full of wood chips interesting. -Steen

I love how bold and clear Mt. Rainer is and how yet how soft and subtle the clouds are... and don't forget airplane. -Steen

Wonderful capture. Like - My best regards.

LIKE. Le meilleur moyen d'acheter du naturel!

Bonjour de France. Jean.

Interesting summer. We had huge numbers of jellies washing up on most tides on the Olympic coast this summer.

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