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Life in Colour Challenge: Grays

Here is my entry for Jude’s, Travel Word Blog, Life in Colour Challenge.

This first photo is of the Glass Museum in Tacoma, Washington from two different views.

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Cee

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  1. An unusual building, a gorgeous, if somewhat disdainful looking cat, a brilliant Beetle and a rather sad looking young gull. Looks very similar to our Herring Gulls, but I’m not sure if you have those over there. Lovely set of greys / grays Cee 😁

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    • I know when I’m doing an English challenge, I’m never sure on spelling sometimes. Thanks for commenting.

      I just googled does Oregon (where I live) have herring gulls and this is what I found
      “They are a common migrant and winter visitor offshore. Moderate numbers also winter in the Willamette Valley, concentrating with other gulls and landfills and other food sources and are most common around Portland and Eugene.”

      I live between Portland and Eugene in the Willamette Valley. I thought that was interesting.

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  2. A great selection Cee. Interesting building, an unusual bird, a cat who doesn’t care either way and a most shiny Beetle….wonderful 🙂 🙂

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