I noticed today on a Facebook post the frustration expressed by a photographer who discovered only one eagle on an Upriver Skagit outing. These four photos are all taken “in the neighborhood” over the past few days, two at sites seasonally occupied by ospreys. Two lakeside, two near saltwater shores. I can never get […]
From Dec. 4 through Jan. 26, Scott Milo Gallery presents a show with landscapes in richly intense pastel by Teresa Saia of Whidbey Island. Saia brings her bold jewel tone palette to fill the gallery with images of the Northwest and a few from Paris. Also showing will be still life photographs by Randy Dana, […]
I (and many others) spent part of my Thanksgiving Eve in the Bowman Bay neighborhood. That included a beach walk on Lottie Bay, with sightings of many ducks and a harbor seal. Beaches are littered with “sea debris” from recent winds, combined with high tide. It was nice to see a few families out with […]
Among special guests at the 2011 Port of Anacortes Community Christmas event was this larger-than-life fireman from Shell Puget Sound Refinery. This wonderful evening event, cancelled this year due to coronavirus, has become a rich holiday tradition.
Ho Taylor (center) was among 14 area citizens recognized in April 2004 as Real Heroes by the Anacortes/San Juans Chapter of the American Red Cross. Taylor, who was instrumental in establishing a public hospital district in Anacortes many years ago, was honored in the “Community Volunteer” category. She has served the past 19 years as […]