A Green Lake Sampler – John Sundsten's Morning Walk

We welcome John Sundsten and his eye for fine lines.  The emeritus associate professor in the U.W. Department of Biological Structure took the “snaps” below while on a walk around Green Lake on Monday last – Oct. 26, 2009 – after dropping his daughter off at Garfield High School.   John is a neuroanatomist who’s interests extend well beyond grey matter. He is also a carver, an oyster harvester (on Hood Canal shoreline  that has long been in the Sundsten family) and a contrabass flute player.  He lives in Wallingford and we sometimes walk the ‘hood together.  It occurs to me now that John’s Green Lake recordings may also serve as a challenge to Jean Sherrard, of this blog, to again go down to the lake with his Nikon, and for you readers an encouragement to walk the lake this fall.

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Some of the "autumnal structure" along the shores of Green Lake, 10/26/9.
Some of the "autumnal structure" along the shores of Green Lake, 10/26/9.

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