Where Nature Lives

Hummingbird by Larry Hubbell August 2015 exhibitThis hummingbird photo along with more than a dozen other framed bird photos is part of an exhibit at Fuel Coffee in Montlake during the month of August 2015. The exhibit is entitled, “Where Nature Lives” by photographer and artist Larry Hubbell of the Union Bay Watch blog.

All of the photos are from western Washington and all but two are from around Union Bay near the Arboretum and near the University of Washington, Montlake and Laurelhurst neighborhoods of northeast Seattle.

It was a delight to chat with Larry Hubbell on the opening day of the exhibit, Sunday, August 2nd, at Fuel where Larry’s many fans stopped by to discuss birds, nature or photography.  Larry is a very patient man, spending many hours out in a kayak on Union Bay, watching and waiting for bird action, and this month’s photo art display is a tribute to that virtue of patience.

All of the photos will remain on exhibit through the end of the month, at which time purchasers can take home their selections.

Fuel Coffee is located south of the Montlake Bridge:
2300 24th Ave E.
Seattle, WA 98112

Open hours of Fuel Coffee Montlake:
Mon-Fri: 6 am – 6 pm
Sat-Sun: 7 am – 6 pm

Have a great day on Union Bay…where nature lives in the city!

About Wedgwood in Seattle History

Valarie is a volunteer writer of neighborhood history in Seattle.
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6 Responses to Where Nature Lives

  1. Paul says:

    That looks fun!

  2. I love getting great nature shots just outside my back door!

  3. hdemare says:

    What a great way to liven up the walls of a coffee shop. Thanks for sharing.

  4. alesiablogs says:

    love seeing good photography like this!

  5. Many coffee shops support artists and photographers with displays of their work. I especially want to highlight our Northeast Seattle photographers of birds, including the amazing Larry Hubbell.

  6. hdemare says:

    While I’m not really a “birder”, I do keep my eyes open while taking the dogs for their walk, and this week I saw a Pileated Woodpecker at the north end of Lincoln Park. There’s always something new to see in Seattle, if you keep your eyes open. Now if I could just figure out how to take reasonable pictures of the wildlife I see.

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