It is always a treat to run into another photographer on one of my camera outings. Pictured here at Rosario Head is Everett professional Curt Given, who makes a point of visiting our neighborhood on a seasonal basis.
Downtown Anacortes has its beautiful esplanade through the public marina. Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve near the state ferry terminal boasts this curving boardwalk, allowing walkers to enjoy the wetlands without getting wet!
The harlequin on the left was already established on his shoreline perch when a buddy decided to paddle out to join him. A lot of wave action, but not enough to push them from their spot. Rosario Beach.
For two-plus years, contractors for the state Department of Transportation worked on a bridge paint and maintenance project at Deception Pass. The work was complete early this year, and today WSDOT issued a public report with project elements. According to the WSDOT, the contractor cleaned exposed metal and applied 4,000 gallons of paint under a […]
As I often do, I combined exercise with a search for photographs. I was surprised to discover a pussywillow plant budding near the side of the road. More familiar was the lichen growing on a split rail fence. I ventured into the forest for a short distance before confirming it was quite wet, and I […]
Like the postal service, weather rarely impedes the work being done at Dakota Creek Industries (DCI) on the Anacortes watefront. This image was taken on a moderate sunny Saturday morning. Among those vessels pictured are two ferries and a classic Dunlap tugboat. DCI is a tenant of the Port of Anacortes, a public taxing district […]
Waaay back in January 1998, Anacortes businessmen Chris Terrell and Keith Eyer put together a small team of collaborators to launch anacortes.net, a website conceived as an “electronic town square.” Among others on the team were Gael Morlan and Jef Morlan, one-time owners of a restaurant and coffee shop called The New Bohemian. Anacortes High […]