Sunday, December 21, 2008

West Hylebos Wetlands - Winter

I already posted a blog on the West Hylebos Wetlands last October, displaying some of the beautiful autumn color. Today I’m posting what it looks like in the Winter…it’s not a winter wonderland, but the stark trees, some remaining fall color, and the skiff of snow…make this a very magical place!

A little info:

The West Hylebos Wetlands is equal parts wildlife refuge, ecological and hydrological conservatory, nature trail, and just plain natural wonder. One of the last remaining bogs in South King County, Hylebos’ wetland wilderness lies just one mile west of I-5 in southern Federal Way. It's easy to reach and easy to explore this rare urban nature park.

Enjoy the show!


Anonymous said...

Again, awesome! you have an artists eye. If your really want a White Christmas drive on over and see my snow drifts:)
Love , cj

Diana Moses Botkin said...

Wonderful images, David!

We have lots of white stuff over here in north Idaho too.

BTW, our family are also Eva Cassidy fans. Glad to meet another admirer of her marvelous voice and style.