Photographing some Scenery

I’m still in the Seattle area. It’s chilly fall weather but still very beautiful here. We have been biking or walking almost every day. The last few days have been more cloudy with a bit of rain, but also quite a bit warmer so it is more pleasant to be out.

The new parents have been doing very well and the baby is growing quickly. It’s hard to believe she is three weeks old today already, and I only have another week here. We have also been keeping in touch with my other daughter and her baby is also doing great. She will be here for a visit in a few days and it’s going to be a fantastic time to have all of us together.

About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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21 Responses to Photographing some Scenery

  1. enjoy Seattle and the coffee


  2. ME BE in Panama says:

    Beautiful photos Kris. So nice to have the time to be with family, something retiring in Panama has afforded you for sure. Enjoy your last week. Safe travels home, Mariah


  3. Anonymous says:

    The yard with the plumes is pampas grass. My neighbor has loads in her yard. Pretty but cold I know. I hate winter, but this is beyond our control. Glad you’e enjoying yourself anyway.


    • Ahh yes thanks. I’ve heard about pampas grass but since I never see it, I didn’t make the connection. I don’t like winter either but at least it’s not as cold as some places and there isn’t snow piled up, so we’re doing OK.


  4. 4sarge says:

    Great Photos, as Usual


  5. Laureen MacDonald says:

    Great photography Kris. Yep, the Pacific Northwest is beautiful, even the pampas grass, a non-native invasive species. It is a good thing to eradicate from one’s yard, as it does get out of control very quickly, and into everyone else’s yard.
    Enjoy your time with family….


    • Thanks! The pampas grass is so pretty but I gave the kids the heads up to just enjoy it in the neighborhood, and not put it in their yard and buy headaches keeping it under control. Thanks for the info.


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