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Cathlamet Up

Posted on Sep 17, 2014 in The West
Cathlamet Up

Native Americans settled here for good reason. That reason is still alive and well: salmon. Of course since that earlier age, fishing methods have changed for man. Some aren’t as keen on the fish as they are on the sun. Ospreys, however, are still all business.   The mid 1940’s heard the last of the […]

Cathlamet Down

Posted on Sep 16, 2014 in The West
Cathlamet Down

Cathlamet, Washington is a town with two faces. One up and one down. Down as in down and out. Its human history began as a once vital river town dating back to early Native Americans. Lewis and Clark likely traded with its residents and steamboats later made it a port of call. Today, the riverfront […]

Lightbox

Posted on Sep 12, 2014 in Friday Art Project
Lightbox

Trompe l’oeil – there’s more than one way to fool the viewer.

Sign Of The Times

Posted on Sep 11, 2014 in Uncategorized
Sign Of The Times

Last weekend we had a great free music festival that drew a lot of locals. At one of the concerts I couldn’t help but notice the man in front of me.   Noticeable for his cap and his stink, he was, nonetheless, quietly enjoying himself. When the set ended I tapped him on the shoulder and […]

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