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Seen on Walks: A minus 25-pound feat

Damian Mulinix

Published on October 10, 2017 3:56PM

Lupin went wild in the summer sun.

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Lupin went wild in the summer sun.

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Somebody’s lost pill melted on the wet pavement in Seaview.

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Somebody’s lost pill melted on the wet pavement in Seaview.

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A small frog barely weighed down a blade of dune grass.

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A small frog barely weighed down a blade of dune grass.

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A late-summer tide ran the length of Long Beach.

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A late-summer tide ran the length of Long Beach.

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A blade of dune grass was tied in knots, perhaps by a windstorm or idle hands

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A blade of dune grass was tied in knots, perhaps by a windstorm or idle hands

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Sandals were left behind on the Fourth of July.

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Sandals were left behind on the Fourth of July.

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A large dead sturgeon lies washed ashore on Benson Beach in Cape Disappointment State Park.

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A large dead sturgeon lies washed ashore on Benson Beach in Cape Disappointment State Park.

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A Seaview home was wrapped in plastic during a remodel.

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A Seaview home was wrapped in plastic during a remodel.

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LONG BEACH — After a year of sharing the things I come across while walking my dog every day, this is where we part. It’s been a fun journey and I think I’ve accomplished what I set out to do — lose weight (25 pounds this year) and make some hopefully interesting photographs while doing it.

This final installment in the seasonal Peninsula Postcards series features photographs I made during the summer months in Long Beach and Seaview (and a guest appearance by Ilwaco this time!). The odd, the beautiful, the funny and the sadly true have been recurring themes in this series, and hopefully this last one is true to that.

If you are a fan of the images, and want to continue following along, you’re welcome to check out my dedicated Instagram feed for images made on walks at www.instagram.com/seenonwalks.















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