Anacortes as viewed from Cap Sante, beautiful regardless of weather.
Looking back, looking down from Cap Sante to Fidalgo Bay. May 2012.
Morning view of the city from Cap Sante viewpoint, madrone trees in the foreground, Cap Sante Marina in center.
Visitors to Cap Sante in downtown Anacortes are greeted by a “neighborhood” of daffodils on the bluff at the top of 4th Street.
Cap Sante is always an interesting place to be, but particularly on Spring and Summer nights when boating activity is heavy. My Wednesday evening visit included opportunity to photograph sailors participating in a race. The skippers likely would have preferred more wind, but for this observe, the weather was perfect!
Anacortes attracts artists like butterflies to blossoms. Among many people attracted to a Cap Sante sunset view Sunday was Kirkland artist Min Zhong, pictured here. Zhong, an instructor at Kirkland Art Center, writes on her website: “I have always been passionate about drawing since I was a small child. After high school I took a […]
Afternoon view of bay and Mt. Baker from the east side of Cap Sante, the most popular viewpoint in Anacortes.
View of Anacortes looking west from Cap Sante, a popular destination on a sunny Spring day.
Anacortes artist Kylie Fair Anderson took advantage of today’s sunshine to express herself on canvas, “setting up shop” and drawing admirers near the parking area of the Cap Sante lookout. This work is an acrylic. The young artist is working to establish herself in the Northwest market. What is plein air painting? En plein air is […]
Beautiful shoreside home down a memory. Fifth Street home looking over Fidalgo Bay at base of Cap Sante, March 2005.
Fidalgo Island, beautiful from any angle. But I will always be grateful for opportunities I have had to see my hometown from the air.
If it’s the end of the year, it must be time to prepare for the possibility of snow! Just a few shots here from winters past.