Saturday, December 18, 2010

Light Rail

Here in Bellingham we tend to get pretty excited any time development claims a new piece of land so it's easy to forget that the process goes both ways. I always find it fascinating to watch developed areas return to nature. Here, in front of a brand new industrial park, Squalicum Creek takes back a little piece of creek bed in exchange.


  1. Love your viewpoint. I agree totally.
    Gorgeous picture!

  2. The deterioration of the infrastructure we depend on is actually scary. Rail, water supply, power plants, roads, bridges. Your photo is pretty, but multiply that condition for the country's railbeds by thousands of miles and it is a problem with no solution around the corner.