Monday, August 4, 2008

Waiting for Salmon


I rode out past Humpy Cove tonight after work and this youngster was sitting on the little bridge across the creek. He's keep one eye on me and every once in awhile he'd check the creek below for new arrivals, fresh from the ocean on the last high tide. The salmonberries are just starting to ripen - should be good picking when Goldfish's Mom comes out in two weeks!

7 comments:

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Again, wondrous photography. Some day I'll ask you what you shoot with.

BZ

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Plus, I've always wondered: why can't we seem to completely open your comments window? I don't know about others, but Blogger won't let me fully open your comments window.

BZ

Ranando said...

Absolutly fantastic photos.

This blog is a great excape, well done.

AlaskaSteve said...

BV, I use whatever camera is handy, nothing fancy, it has to fit in my pocket. My loyal $100 Walmart digital finally gave up the ghost after crossing the United States twice on a motorcycle and a year of weather on the island so I'm using Goldfish's Canon Powershot SD870 IS - it is very compact. Someday I might get a "big boy" camera but protecting it from the sand and rain and wind might be more trouble than its worth . . . thanks for your kind comments.

AlaskaSteve said...

Not sure about the comment window problem - is anyone else experiencing this?

Kym said...

I love his cranky "I wanted waffles and you fixed me french toast" teenage glare. I recognize my sons.

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Well then, YOU are proof positive that an excellent photograph is created by the photographer and NOT the equipment! You have one fabulous eye.

BZ