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Photos by Tag: Anacortes

January 30th, 2023

Mt. Baker sandwiched in

Mt. Baker as viewed from the Guemes Trail on a cold, crisp Monday morning. Lovric’s breakwater and crane in the foreground.

January 28th, 2023

First Friday Artwalk February 3

Join in the First Friday Artwalk in downtown Anacortes on Friday, February 3 from 6 p.m – 8 p.m. Locations: 419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa The Majestic features Doug LeClair, local photographer. LeClair specializes in regional scenes that include our birds, mountains, water features and flowers of the valley. 420 Commercial Ave., […]

January 27th, 2023

Exit west

As long as flowers are not in bloom, guests like this beauty are welcome in our yard. This one was a bit nervous, moving on through the shrubs as soon as I arrived with camera.

January 24th, 2023

Merganser takes flight

Hooded merganser takes flight over water near the Secret Cove restaurant on the Guemes Channel in Anacortes.

January 19th, 2023

Construction holds steady in 2022

City Hall data shows that new construction in 2022 matched up closely with activity in 2021. Permits in 2022, through December 31 Total permit applications received: 979 Total permits issued: 951 New dwelling units: 96 (83 issued) Breakdown of new dwelling units: 34 New Single Family Residences 12 New Cottages 14 Duplex units (7 buildings) […]

January 17th, 2023

Broken boardwalk at SHIP

Powerful tidewaters asserted themselves last month, resulting in loss of at least one segment of the public boardwalk at Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve (SHIP), adjacent to the state ferry terminal on the west end of the city. This is a statement from the City of Anacortes regarding the damage: “In December of 2022, the Ship […]

January 14th, 2023

Woke up, it was a Baker morning

Mt. Baker from south Anacortes, sandwiched between foothills and dark clouds. Saturday morning January 14.

January 11th, 2023

Local teen and dog win top international honors

Anacortes teen Jenai Pittis and her Eurasier, Kuma, added International Champion to their titles last weekend! Sixteen-year-old Jenai took Kuma to a National Champion title in 2021 as a puppy. Judges and spectators always comment on Jenai’s prowess in showing and handling. Her patience is especially evident. Kuma is now officially known as: IntCH Timberspitz […]

January 9th, 2023

Nighttime runners: 2017

“Runners” sculpture photographed at night in October 2017. This piece by Seattle artist Ken Turner features two eight-foot figures running south on “Q” Avenue, which links to the popular Tommy Thompson Trail. It is located near the Northwest Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing and Technology.

January 3rd, 2023

Anthony’s under construction: 2010

It was August 2010 when this photo was taken of Anthony’s Restaurant being built at Cap Sante Marina.

December 31st, 2022

Photo gallery: 2022

It was a personally challenging year in terms of health, but progress is being made … and what better place to pursue strength and vitality than Fidalgo Island in the great Pacific Northwest. Happy New Year!

December 29th, 2022

Cannery labels, public art

Years ago someone came up with the brilliant idea of replicating salmon can labels on public waste receptacles in Anacortes. This community was once the salmon canning capital of the world! This can is located at Seafarers’ Memorial Park.

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