Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Wet Notes from Field Days in Winter

Part of doing geology field work is getting wet, and the last few days have given me a share of that. But the rain was mild and big rains and leafless trees and brush can make the job of assessing conditions easier than the dry times and jungles of summer. 

Shades of back and white on Puget Sound

Water flowing out of a catch basin

Drain pipe on a steep slope

Drift wood adrift after a fairly large storm surge tide

Water run off heading over the lip of a steep bluff

A long ways down and hence a long walk around to inspect the bluff

Black and white view in the San Juans

View towards Obstruction Pass and Peavine Pass from Upright Head on Lopez

Leaving Friday Harbor

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