Photos by Tag: Cap Sante

January 15th, 2020

Serenity in the snow 2006

It was January 11, 2006 when I made my way to the viewpoint of Cap Sante. I was a bit surprised to discover this young man seated alone on a rock overlooking Fidalgo Bay. Calm, cold, quiet.

March 30th, 2011

Diving for dollars

I’m not certain, because the subject of this photo disappeared under water just after I hit the shutter, but I’m guessing this is a professional diver doing the kind of underwater work most boat owners cannot do. The pleasure boat was moored at Cap Sante Boat Haven.

February 19th, 2011

Cap Sante crowd

A fully exposed Mt. Baker is like a calling card to the city’s popular viewpoint, Cap Sante. There were a dozen or so people gathered Friday afternoon when I arrived with camera in hand. If Friday’s sunshine was nice, the full moon and stars were an even more exciting winter development.

January 6th, 2011

Winter light

Long winter days can pose a challenge in the area of attitude, but this season also brings many beautiful days and many scenes bathed in light against dark backgrounds. Featured here is the commercial vessel “Showboat” at Cap Sante Boat Haven near the Cannery.

December 29th, 2010

Old view

I shot this photo from Cap Sante in the Eighties. Reference points include Washington Federal Savings and Safeway. Some shoreline properties have been demolished, others constructed since this photo. There are no longer covered boathouses at Cap Sante Boat Haven, either.

October 21st, 2010

Shoreline addition

Exterior work on the Anthony’s Restaurant in downtown Anacortes is well underway. Lots of glass on the east side of the restaurant will bring Cap Sante Boat Haven right into the dining area. A January 2011 opening is planned.

October 6th, 2010

Fall shadows

Some days call for a jacket, but there have still been a number of beautiful fall days here in Anacortes. Pictured here is a visitor to Cap Sante Boat Haven.

September 21st, 2010

September hues

On many days, fall colors transition from blues and greens to silvers, grays and blacks. This photo was taken from a residential street on Cap Sante.

July 14th, 2010

Morning snack

Some of the six deer I spotted this morning were in the shadows, some in the sunlight as they moved into the trees after munching on treats provided by a Cap Sante resident. Outside the frame of this photo is a buck.

June 11th, 2010

Tour guide

Any Fidalgo Island tour guide worth his or her salt includes Cap Sante and its sweeping views. This tour guide points east.

May 18th, 2010

Docking

Returning home to Cap Sante Boat Haven is the sailboat “Shackles,” docking Sunday as the Waterfront Festival was in full swing on shore.

April 30th, 2010

Boat Haven beckons

The Port of Anacortes has extended an invitation to a day of celebratory activities Saturday, May 1 in recognition of the opening of the 2010 Boating Season. Activities begin at noon at Cap Sante Boat Haven, a beautiful downtown marina that is open to the public.

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