items tagged with Baker

March 15, 2005

Anacortes at work

Picture yourself as this guy coming home to tell his wife: “I had a tough day at the office.” Yeah, right. It was a beautiful morning Monday for work on the Anacortes waterfront, as evidenced by this scene from Dakota … Continue reading

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January 13, 2005

Fidalgo Bay

Cold, clear winter days present beautiful opportunities for photography. This photo of Shell Puget Sound Refinery and Mt. Baker was taken last week from the shoreline of Fidalgo Bay.

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December 31, 2004

Cloud-shrouded Baker

What a gorgeous day to wrap up 2004! I got this shot of a cloud-shrouded Mt. Baker from my front porch Friday morning.

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December 27, 2004

Crisp December morning

I had errands to run this morning, and once I got out, Mt. Baker called to me. I wasn’t the only one in the Cap Sante neighborhood. I met another digital photographer by the name of J.B. Both of us … Continue reading

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November 22, 2004

Working waterfront

A split form for a yacht stands in the foreground, with Fidalgo Bay and Mt. Baker as a backdrop. A growing boatbuilding industry has provided valuable jobs in our community in the past few years.

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July 30, 2004

Baker from a cornfield

I’m used to shooting Mt. Baker with water or boats in the foreground, but had the opportunity last week to take a photo of the volcano from a cornfield. We were traveling home on the Guide Meridian near Bellingham when … Continue reading

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June 9, 2004

Foggy afternoon

Fog hung over the city all morning on Monday, finally clearing as the afternoon wore on. This photograph from the corner of Hillcrest and “V” Avenue shows Mt. Baker with refinery wharfs in the foreground.

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January 21, 2004

Baker from Pass Island

I’m thinking you can never have too many photos of Mt. Baker, how about you? This shot was taken Tuesday afternoon from Pass Island in the middle of Deception Pass. I had to take the long walk from the Fidalgo … Continue reading

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January 5, 2004

Majestic mountain

What a gorgeous few days it’s been! Yesterday I stepped out onto the front porch to take this portrait of Mt. Baker. I hear from time to time that someone new to the Skagit area has shopped for a home … Continue reading

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October 15, 2003

Morning gift

Salvation Army advisory board members were rewarded for their early start Wednesday morning. It was a beautiful sunrise, starting out with shades of orange, then changing quickly to pinks and blues. The upper level of the Salvation Army Anacortes Corps … Continue reading

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June 30, 2003

Baker man

Frank Michaud gets up at the crack of dawn … and hundreds of hungry Anacortes residents are glad he does. Frank is owner and chief baker at The Store, a business with deep roots in this community. Old timers knew … Continue reading

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