Photos by Tag: fidalgo

December 31st, 2019

Year in Pictures 2019

What a year it was! Images from 2019 on Fidalgo Island.

December 26th, 2019

Icing on the cake

“Icing on the cake” of a beautiful December morning was this view of Mt. Baker en route to grab my morning paper.

February 16th, 2011

School auction

This is a photo of the central portion of an artwork created by 3rd grade students at Fidalgo School for a March 5 auction. The piece, which is displayed at Starbucks with a handful of others, is titled “Eat, Play, Shop and Stay in Anacortes.” Needless to say, the Chamber of Commerce loves it. Fidalgo […]

June 26th, 2010

Line in the water

It’s Saturday, it’s sunny and school’s out. A great time to grab a fishing pole and head for the beach. In this case, the rocks off Fidalgo Bay at the base of Cap Sante.

September 16th, 2008

Moon over Fidalgo

Weather conditions have been great for photography the past few days, including Monday evening. This shot of a full moon was taken from the beach at Fidalgo Bay with the lights of Shell Puget Sound Refinery reflecting onto the water at the left.

July 23rd, 2008

Caffeine corner

Location, location, location. Pictured here are business partners Ernie Ward (left) and Mark Evans, owners of the new Fidalgo Bay Coffee House at 12th and Commercial Avenue. Kayla Nibarger (center) is one of the barristas at the drive-through shop, which just opened last weekend in time for Shipwreck Day and the Anacortes Car Show. Next […]

March 6th, 2008

Pond’s edge

Wind and rain will slowly open this cattail spike and “redistribute” its contents. The velvety brown head pops open after a top flower has been pollinated. This means that seeds are ripe – waiting to float through the air in cottonball-like clumps so new plants can be started. That’s the Tommy Thompson Trail visible at […]

October 5th, 2007

Demolition begins

A heavy equipment operator took the first “bite” out of a building today as the Port of Anacortes kicked off a demolition and contamination cleanup project at Cap Sante Boat Haven. Demolition of buildings is required due to underground contamination that dates back more than 20 years. The cleanup will be funded in part by […]

August 7th, 2007

Life on the hill

South Fidalgo Island boasts a more rural atmosphere, as evidenced by this home on the hill. Water, sewer and zoning are elements that keep the population down in this area.

June 27th, 2007

Fidalgo shoreline

Those who enjoy the Tommy Thompson Trail also enjoy views like this one. This shoreline path is a special community asset.

April 19th, 2007

Near Weaverling

This heron stands near water’s edge at the perimeter of Fidalgo Bay Resort. The city’s Tommy Thompson Trail runs through the resort on Weaverling Spit, and across the bay to March’s Point on an abandoned trestle once owned by Burlington Northern Railroad.

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