Photos by Tag: forest

April 3rd, 2020

Forest solitude

Light, shadows, colors, textures, songbirds. I needed this time alone on a forest trail. On the way to and from home, I captured images to share, knowing that many are inside, 24-7.

March 16th, 2020

Light in the forest

It is always a good idea to take a forest walk, but my Sunday adventure was particularly rewarding during this time of trauma associated with the international coronavirus epidemic. I met one other hiker on the way in. We talked briefly with no mention of the virus. On the way to my car I passed […]

February 13th, 2020

In the dark of forest

Distortion and splintering of cedar bark as the tree bends toward an inevitable fall. Off Heart Lake Road in Anacortes.

December 18th, 2019

Forest blue

Green is definitely the dominant color in any Northwest forest, but a closer look often reveals a splash of a different color. This dragonfly is part of a large population in a wetlands area of the Anacortes Community Forest Lands (AFCL).  

April 25th, 2011

Forest canopy

Hike most trails to Little Cranberry Lake and you will have a natural “roof” over your head, but those gaps for sunlight also allow some rain to pass. Dress appropriately for the next few days…

April 6th, 2011

Fork in the forest

Between lousy weather and knee surgery, it’s been a long time since I’ve walked a forest trail. Today I enjoyed an hour on the east side of Little Cranberry Lake, on a trail that ranked high on my Dad’s list of favorites. Dad’s jaunts through island forests dated back to his youth in the Thirties […]

April 29th, 2010

Forest edge

What a beautiful morning to stroll to the edge of city forest lands. This wetlands area is located at the end of 32nd Street.

October 14th, 2006

Mushroom colony

I took this photo from a prone position during a recent walk in the forest. Delicate little things…mushrooms, pale from lack of sunshine.

June 26th, 2005

A seat at the edge

This seat at the edge of a stand of cedars offers a magnificent view of the waters surrounding Biz Point.

May 12th, 2005

Forest trail beckons

When I needed a mid-afternoon break, this forest trail at Heart Lake beckoned. The half hour walk was well worth the time. See “Forest flora two” in Activities section for photographs from my brief jaunt through the woods.

October 25th, 2004

Leaves line forest trail

It may be a bit cool and damp, but this is also a great time of year for a walk on Fidalgo Island’s forest trails. Waterproof maps are available in the Park and Recreation Department at City Hall.

September 16th, 2003

Signs of the season

Rather than plopping down in front the television yesterday, I took my daughter up on her offer to hike a forest trail with me. A great decision! We parked the car near the water tower on 29th Street and worked our way up the trail to a point where we could see Little Cranberry Lake […]

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