In 2012 we had a massive ice storm in Western Washington. We lost power at our house for 5 days and, in the aftermath, the husband hauled 16 truckloads of downed limbs to the local dump from our 2 1/4 acres. If you know where to look you can still see scars on some of the trees on the property. Before the ice settled and started breaking things it was a breathtaking thing to behold. This grid shot was taken during that breathtaking stage:
Published by LaNae
Welcome to Tales from the Upper Left! I’m an Oregonian by birth, and a Washingtonian (upper left...get it?) by choice. I share my life with a husband named Jonathan and a cat named Colby Jack (he’s orange...like cheese). I dabble in photography (passionate hobbyist), hike when the opportunity arises, drink wine whenever the mood strikes me and travel not often enough. Predictable Washington blog? Nah. I promise!