Photos by Tag: fidalgo bay

February 14th, 2022

Site work begins on downtown waterfront

Site work is under way on part of the Fidalgo Bay waterfront property owned by MJB partnership. This work will include grading, construction of roads, curbs and sidewalks and installation of utilities. There will also be infrastructure installed to treat stormwater runoff. A waterfront walk, or esplanade, is planned as an extension of the Tommy […]

January 10th, 2022

Tiny killdeer, Fidalgo Bay

A killdeer stands at water’s edge, basking in morning sun. Fidalgo Bay.

September 6th, 2021

Synchronized sailing

Sailboats on Fidalgo Bay, September 1.

September 2nd, 2021

Closing the gap

Sailboats on Fidalgo Bay. Wednesday night races hosted by the Anacortes Yacht Club.

August 28th, 2021

Friday evening sail

Starting the weekend early with an evening sail on Fidalgo Bay.

July 15th, 2021

Sailboats gather at the turn

Wednesday evening sailors gather at the turn, Fidalgo Bay and Hat Island.

July 13th, 2021

Parks & Rec boats: 2007

Parks and Recreation Department sailing class, Fidalgo Bay, Summer of 2007.

June 13th, 2021

Gliding across the bay: 2004

This post was made in 2004 but I think the image might be even older than that. Rowers in the “Glide,” a beautiful wooden boat based at Cap Sante Marina.

June 6th, 2021

Old Town from the sky: 2015

View of Fidalgo Bay, Cap Sante and Old Town Anacortes from the sky, July 2015.

May 13th, 2021

At play on the bay

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!

May 3rd, 2021

Sunday afternoon on the bay

Image from Cap Sante viewpoint in Anacortes, looking east. Fidalgo Bay, Padilla Bay in distance. Visible islands include Guemes, Saddlebag and Dot.

April 15th, 2021

Air Jaden II

It’s been exciting to see the work of young Anacortes photographer Jaden D’Angelo, especially some of his drone work. These images include an evening shot over Fidalgo Bay and a bird’s eye view of Cranberry Lake at Deception Pass State Park. Enjoy!

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