Day 14. La plaine du cul-de-sac (seriously, that's its name), its salt lakes, and the Dominican Republic's from part way up the Morne à Cabrits (Goat Mountain).
Day 15. A bougainvillea blossom.
Day 16. The team I've been in 🇭🇹 to train.
Day 17: the view from the back of the training centre. I spent almost all my time indoors since we were there with a job to do, but this was a nice spot for breaks.
Day 18. My last evening in 🇭🇹 (was actually Wednesday, but with a long travel day yesterday I'm still catching up with myself)
Day 20. The Too Many Adjectives Moon, a.k.a. that time I stood on the balcony for a while and just barely managed not to yell "WHY AREN'T YOU FOOLS LOOKING AT THE MOON?" at passersby. https://www.flickr.com/photos/eldan/albums/72157705931669315
Day 21. Thinking about Victoria again, so here's a particularly memorable section of trail on one of the bike tours we've done starting from there. https://www.flickr.com/photos/eldan/sets/72157677977718568
Day 22. This dorky sign about the 45th Parallel. https://www.flickr.com/photos/eldan/46845689001/in/album-72157699318915560/lightbox/
Day 23. Simple comforts at the office.
Day 24. Orchids at the Wise Orchid Taiji studio.
Day 25. Fun with long exposures at Lake Michigan last year.
Day 26. Look for the helpers.
Day 27. There's always one. This year the overachiever is so enthusiastic that it's out before the crocuses have even started budding.
Day 29. I did have a little time to pick up some souvenirs in Haiti, and this is my favorite of the things I brought back.
Day 30. Everyone showed up for a history talk about women on bikes. https://www.seattlebikeblog.com/2019/01/28/stoked-spoke-2019-kicks-off-wed-with-women-trans-and-femme-riders-in-early-cycling-history/
Day 31. My commute has its moments.
Day 32. My commute's not always so beautiful. Today I was grateful for things like waterproof clothing, indoor bike parking, and having had the presence of mind to pack a change of socks on an otherwise very disorganised morning.
Day 33. Temporary art on the downtown viaduct that closed to cars a few weeks ago and we'll finally be getting rid of altogether over the next few months.
Day 35. Snow!
Day 36. Benaroya Hall, from last weekend which had been unusually good for getting to hear interesting music live.
Day 37. Somehow we have bred the super daffodil, immune to burial under snow.
Day 38. Frozen pond. [Sorry Midwesterners, East coasters, inland Canadians: this is a novelty round here]
Day 39. Is this a snowmoth?
Day 42. MOAR SNOW.
Day 43. I switched from a dSLR more than three years ago, and I'm still thrilled with how small my good camera is. Especially with the silly pinhole lens on it, but really with anything but the big telephoto that's for the birds.
Day 44. The pump house at Cal Anderson Park.
Day 45. This indefatigable narcissus.
Day 46. Isn't the Point Ruston ferry adorable?
Day 47. BUNNIES
Day 48. Fren.
Day 49. I didn't actually leave the house today, in the hope of shaking off a minor but nagging cold. But I did recently finish uploading the pictures from last year's MIchigan bike tour. So here's one of the Sleeping Bear Dunes, and there are more at https://www.flickr.com/photos/eldan/albums/72157699318915560
Day 51. The tree of the Week is the tigertail spruce.
Day 52. A particularly alive corner of my office, where I go to get away from the screen for a bit.