Larry Workman QIN
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I grew up in Indiana with an interest in art and the outdoors. I received my first 35mm camera from my parents when I graduation from Purdue University. I lived for three years in Ethiopia while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer on a reforestation project After a brief time with Indiana Fish and Wildlife, I went to work for the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) on the Olympic Peninsula. I helped lay down the roots for a forestry program and produced publications related to natural resources. I currently managed the QIN Centralized Communications Program. I enjoy photography, hiking, and the natural sciences.
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Thanks Gudrun and Larry , I like reflections here too (yes, it's not a "random" shot with reflection as a bonus, I tried my best to get the best view of that reflection). Nice place with show of fishing terns.

There was an information board nearby, but I forget to take a snap and now I cannot find more info about this location.

Cheers, Tom

We've got long nights with light. ;-) And we moved really slowly. About 50-60 kms a day...

Many thanks, Anton, for your visit and comments. I agree: this is a very nice kind of snake! I was lucky to see it. Greetings, Marilyn

DWGRadio, many thanks for your visit and comment. As I'm sure you know, it's a challenge to photograph even an interesting place on a dark, dull day.

Greetings from Ontario.

Es war eine wunderbare Zeit und viel Arbeit.

Ich bin glücklich, dass Sie sie mögen.

Красивый снимок. Лучи солнца в тумане рассеиваются и нежно отражаются от дороги и автомобиля.

Beautiful landscape. Like. Greetings from the Netherlands, Ada

Bruno Locatelli - Many thanks for your visit and comments – Friendly greetings from Athens


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