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#589 Westside Ramble (Medium horizontal Skinny 6 x 18)
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#589 Westside Ramble (Medium horizontal Skinny 6 x 18)


#589 Westside Ramble (Medium horizontal Skinny 6 x 18)


Image size 4.75 x 14.75″; trim size 6 x 18″ signed and hand-titled by Ed. Published on August 27, 2012.  This is a medley of old standbys and new paintings published in 2022. Winter Harbor anchors the left side, that’s Gig Harbor and Mt. Rainier.  Next over, Seattle is viewed from West Seattle with a Great Blue Heron on a pier. That may seem a stretch if you’ve been visiting Salty’s or Jack Block Park these days, but take it from a curmudgeonly old-timer, they used to be very  regular there on the piers. The center painting is a tulip field in the Skagit. Next is another Great Blue Heron, this time flying by the Edmonds ferry dock at dusk with the Olympics in the background. On the right is the newest painting, which is of the lighthouse at Westpoint, which makes a stunningly picturesque sight if you view it from the north, as here. The bird winging its way through this painting is another example of the artists permanent state of depression: Tree Swallows used to nest in the vicinity at some unknown site, probably a hole in a tree. They moved to a gourd set up by the Parks people at Discovery I believe, for a time after that. Recently this is another species that has fallen victim to progress. Either our recurrent late summer droughts, or trouble on the migration route or wintering ground, or some other issue must have become insurmountable as they have joined many other Seattle Hirundines in the march to local extirpation.

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