It’s no fluke that Deception Pass ranks among the state’s top attractions. I have a longstanding love affair with the bridge, which is actually two spans linking Fidalgo and Whidbey islands. For many years I worked at the Whidbey News-Times in Oak Harbor, and during that stint I had the privilege to work on a publication marking the 50th anniversary of the project. I still get to Oak Harbor, although too infrequently, and I usually pack my camera along “just in case.” I was glad to have it with me late last August when I was blessed with the vision of heavy morning fog swirling around and seemingly making the Whidbey side of the span disappear.
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