This morning we did a bit of exploring and went to wander around Flaming Geyser State Park in Black Diamond, Washington. The morning was cool in the high forties and raining. It’s November in Northwest Washington, and that is what we get, chilly rainy mornings. It stopped raining about the time we got there so I was able to grab one of my cameras and snap to my hearts content.
Sadly there was no flaming geyser but I did get some pretty cool shots.
13 thoughts on “Flaming Geyser Park – Hike”
Yep, some very nice shots; the one of the crane(?) in flight is outstanding, as are a bunch of them… Nice country.
Yes it is. Thank you, I got lucky.
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It was chilly and damp. Thank you for checking it out. Susan
Sure looked it!!!! 🙂
Some really good pics here! The crane, yes – but I like all the moss on the rocks and trees, too.
Me too. I love the close ups of warer dropping off the moss. Thank you
Huh, your site is doing funny things. I’ll email you a screen shot…
I checked it out and found that there are 2 entries of the same post. One with a link and one with the photos. Weird.
WP being strange again. None of the others did that anyway!