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City of trees

If I recall correctly, almost half of the city limits of Anacortes is made up of public parks and forest lands (2,800 acres). This aerial photo features much of that natural area.

July 31, 2015

Washington Department of Transportation records: Deception & Canoe Pass Bridges, 0,281 mile, steel cantilever and arch spans. Contractor: Puget Construction Company, contract award – $315,236,15, completed July 25, 1935. Earlier highway construction work, Deception Pass Road, March 17, 1934 (includes … Continue reading

June 26, 2015

Fresh produce at The Market in Anacortes on Commercial Avenue. Mmmm! And fresh berries at a stand up the street; Farmers Market at The Depot on Saturday…

May 25, 2015

American Legion Service Officer Walter Garland extends a Memorial Day tribute to U.S. military service members as audience members including Erik Andersen and his 4-year-olds, Mitchell and Ava watch on. Also on hand with his 9-year-old son Bruce was U.S. … Continue reading

June 26, 2015

I had the opportunity Thursday to photograph a low level fly-by featuring a T6-D Texan (“Hog Wild Gunner”) owned by Port of Skagit tenant Heritage Flight Museum. Very cool. The museum moved to Bayview from Bellingham. Check out their website.

May 23, 2015

An eagle heads for the trees after swooping down to collect a snack from the shallow waters of Ship Harbor.

May 15, 2015

A perspective view of Skagit County, from iMap feature at http://www.skagitcounty.net. Fidalgo Island in the foreground.