Crows Eating Barnacles
crows eating barnacles

Two new galleries
Novel Light &
From My Hood

Thank you to everyone who made time to visit recent shows and for the many kind comments and feedback received. Images from those two exhibits are now in galleries here on my website. Check them out.

The image at the left I made during the annual maintenance of the large lock in November at the Ballard Locks. The crows were eating barnacles, especially attracted to the crushed ones left in workers footsteps. Officially known as Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, the location has been a favorite of mine since I moved into the neighborhood several years ago. Many of the photos in the new galleries above are from the locks and the Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Gardens located there. This year is the locks centennial year having opened officially on July 4, 1917.

By the way, I'm on Instagram if you want to keep your eye on the newest imagery from my eye. Click the button and check it out, @terphoter that's me.


Richard Pelletier @lucidcontent deserves a lot of credit for getting me on Instagram where I add new work often. And one more thing, Richard also writes a great blog — 5 Cool Things.