Sunday, January 31, 2010

Mosaic Monday



Monday - time for Mosaic Monday - sponsored by Mary at the Little Red House. Click and visit more fun and beautiful mosaics.




Whatcom Falls Park is right in the middle of town. Bellingham is built on hills, many many hills - and we get to enjoy the benefits of rivers, streams, lakes and waterfalls right in town. This is one of our favorites - ok, I admit, they are all favorites. Upstream from the falls is a small lake that is a nursery for fish from the hatchery. It is full of ducks and sometimes a kayak or canoe. The falls are much less full this winter, as we've had a dry year, but still gorgeous. Click the mosaic to enlarge.

Glad you stopped by.

14 comments:

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Beautiful scenery! I think we had your rain in the UK this year!

Marilyn said...

Absolutely Beautiful!!
Love,
Marilyn
xxoo

*karendianne. said...

I looked at this and thought... Wow! She did a great job artistically. Then I looked at the spot and was taken in. But your mosaic is "A Plus!" (actually I was here anyway so wth!)

Pat said...

Oh..how nice to see outdoor photos with NO snow in them.....can you tell I am disgusted with OUR weather? LOL

Crispy said...

So very pretty Jo. I haven't been up in Bellingham in more than 30 years!! This will have to be rectified when we meet...one of these days :0)

Crispy

JoyceAnn said...

I love waterfalls , the mosaic looks beautiful.

DawnTreader said...

That looks beautiful and refreshing.

Barb said...

just beautiful!!

Fearless Nester said...

Wow, so serene and peaceful. I can almost hear the sound of water flowing freely -- not like here where ice jams are forming!

Patriotic Mom said...

You can't go wrong with any type of water falls. Even small ones are majestic! Joan @ Americana By Candlelight

Fifi Flowers said...

BEAUTIFUL place and photos!

GardenofDaisies said...

Beautiful Washington!

Mary said...

Oh how lovely! I bet it sounds beautiful too. thanks so much for sharing at MM. :)

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice collage. It is a nice park, I have visited there. MB