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Posted March 11, 2012 from Beacon Hill, Seattle Every year it’s bound to happen to you if you’re a year-bird-lister,  It’s only a question of when:    That first trip of the year that doesn’t yield anything new for the year.   To be fair, going to Alki...

Posted Feb. 29, 2012 from Seattle An Anna’s Hummingbird is nesting in our backyard Italian Plum for at least the third year in a row.   We have no way of knowing if this is all the same individual.  Presuming it is, two years ago she raised...

Posted Feb. 11 from Seattle  The Market Snow painting started in the last blog is going great, I couldn’t be happier.    It’s such a nice place from which to view the market, one wonders even if I should remove the snow and let the scene have...

Posted Jan 31, 2012 from Seattle  I’ve embarked on my third Pike Place Market snow try.  I want to get that French Impressionist look so everyone will need to seriously wish me luck there.    I went down to the market during the height of the snow...

Posted Jan 31, 2012 from Seattle. Delia and I started the month off and running with our year- bird list (see last post) but immediately fell off of our last-year’s pace.  We did however see this gorgeous Pileated Woodpecker at the Nisqually.  You should see the poses...

Posted Jan. 25, 2012 from Seattle, WA [caption id="attachment_3389" align="alignnone" width="540" caption="I'm pretty sure these were cheerleaders at the 2010 Men's Handball Tournament. Either that or reporters who had just turned in stories about biofuel to their respective news editors."][/caption]   How did it become firmly implanted in...

posted Jan. 10, 2012 photo by Nicholas Heyward Monica Newbold Shay Jan. 10, 1953 -July 3, 2011 No brother ever had a better sister. Monica, you were the greatest.  You taught me so much and I was in awe of you always.  I will love you and miss you until...

Posted Jan.9, 2012 from Seattle Delia’s and my BigYear is off to a great start—We passed 100 species for the country in the quickest time ever for us.  On New Year’s Day we left Di Ann's Mountain Valley Resort in Rodeo (We stayed there so we...

Posted Dec. 5, 2011 from Seattle, WA This time of year I always get it in my head that people want snow paintings.  That’s not for-sure, but this is:  I’d like to have snow paintings in case anyone asks. This is my second attempt at snow in...

Posted Dec. 2, 2011 from Seattle WA We live in the Age of Extinction.  It’s nothing to get depressed about or you’d be depressed all the time.  What’s exciting—the flip side of the coin--is that ordinary folks like you and me can actually make a...

Posted  Nov. 17, 2011 from Seattle, WA I am hoping to visit the printers before all the New Year’s parties, and I have room on the sheet for two new 14 x 18 posters.  I’ve been working hard on “Last Call for Anacortes,” shown above, and...

Posted Nov. 11 2011 from Seattle, WA  Normally I start a painting and immediately start solving problems. But this time I'm not identifying what the problems are, so I'm just in finish-mode.  I wish I had a vase of tall blue flowers, I guess, and...

Posted from Seattle, WA Nov. 3, 2011 Nobody’s getting married, I’m working on paintings that are old and some that are new.   New trumps old these days so here’s my latest new start:   I am delighted, as I usually am at this stage.  Sometimes people pick up...

Posted October 27 2011 from Seattle, WA   Delia and I went to Sequim for a long weekend Oct 21-23.  We were somewhat sequimish about going when we saw the weather forecast, but whenever we got out of the car and started hiking, the rain let up...

Posted October 3, 2011 from Seattle, WA.  Some birds are engaged in a rapid expansion of their range Northward into Western Washington.  The Anna’s Hummingbird exploded northward and the Western Scrub Jay is marching quickly north.  Other bird species seem to be taking two steps...

Posted Sept. 30, 2011 This is the latest version of my painting of Deception Pass.  This shot is just a snap shot of the painting, but I'm posting it because I feel there are atmospherics creeping into this work and there's a possibility it's gone up a...

Posted Sept. 29, 2011 from Seattle, WA, Katherine Long of the Seattle Times deserves major kudos for  breaking ranks from the herd of journalists who’s idea of a story on biofuel is a lively rewrite of a happy-face-industry press release. Long’s story is in today’s...

Posted Sept. 26, 2011 from Seattle, WA. After 13 years of deployment, our 1998-issued 14 x 18 Shade Coffee poster is being retired and replaced by a brand new 12 x 16 Shade Coffee poster. The new poster features paintings from a poster commissioned by a...

 Posted from Seattle Sept. 21, 2011   I went down Monday with my friend Brian to the Tacoma tide flats.  It always surprises me how big and close Mt. Rainier is from Tacoma since I'm used to the distant view Seattle gets.  We were looking for this Asian vagrant Gull,...

Posted Sept. 18, 2011 from Seattle The Tanagers are a relentlessly colorful group of birds that emanate from the neotropics.  The only one that makes it up to the Mountain West and Northwest is the famed Western Tanager.  Sometimes you'll see a pale young male and say,...