|Winter reflections at Paramount Park's Upper Pond|
Picture Postcard Views every way you look in Paramount Park on this Northwest Snow Day.
(All photos crdited tp Janet Way)
|Memorial Bench with snow layer at Lower Pond|
|Cool sledding even with only 1" of snow in the meadow.|
|Logan's First Snow Ball - One year old|
seems mystified by all this cold "white stuff".
|Lower pond in simple B&W|
|Late Christmas Scene|
|Vine Maple Grove near wetland entrance|
|Cedar bough design is highlighted|
|Birch, Cedar, Fir, Alder and Hemlock|
are just a part of this Urban Forest Refuge
|Hint of green "Duck Weed" shows life even|
in winter here
|Lower wetland has many "snags" and natural|
elements built in. It's not "tidy" , but naturally
ph credit - Janet Way
There is no end to the variety of views in this jewel of the Shoreline Parks Department. Over the last two decades, Paramount Park Neighborhood Group has worked with countless volunteers to restore some of the integrity of this largest wetland in Shoreline.