This was the scene shortly before noon Monday at Deception Pass, where fog rolled in, under and over the renowned span connecting Pass and Whidbey islands. A lone pedestrian stood at the railing at the time I took this photograph, but as it is August there was no shortage of highway travelers.
It was a beautiful morning. I watched the fog rolling down the Guemes Channel and hopped in the car to get closer to the water. This photograph of a fishing boat was taken from the end of 5th Street at the base of Cap Sante. I encourage early morning adventures at this time of year. […]
I waited quite a while this morning for the fog to lift at Deception Pass, but the bridge was still shrouded when I left. This was the view from Pass Island toward Whidbey. The fog makes for some beautiful photographs, but when it’s thick it can make the crossing a bit stressful for travelers, especially […]
It was all about fog this morning, especially near Fidalgo Island shorelines. This photograph was taken in the North Basin at Cap Sante Marina, looking northeast. The phrase “It’ll burn off” comes to mind as I recall the days of my youth. And by the way, it did. It was a beautiful afternoon.
It’s no fluke that Deception Pass ranks among the state’s top attractions. I have a longstanding love affair with the bridge, which is actually two spans linking Fidalgo and Whidbey islands. For many years I worked at the Whidbey News-Times in Oak Harbor, and during that stint I had the privilege to work on a […]