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Photos by Tag: madrona

September 14th, 2020

Northwest textures: 2001

It was 2001 and I had purchased my first digital camera. A Canon Powershot. I pulled this image from a collection I called “Northwest Textures.” Madrona bark, one “tear” revealing green layer beneath.

June 10th, 2020

Fidalgo flora, Little Cranberry

Trees and flora, Little Cranberry Lake in Anacortes Community Forest Lands (ACFL).

April 19th, 2020

Peeling bark of Madrona tree

Details of bark on a Madrona tree, Calamity Trail, Sharpe Park.

March 31st, 2020

Lakeside madrona grove

This beautiful spot is located just a few yards from the main road to the West Beach/Cranberry Lake area of Deception Pass State Park. Can’t wait for the “all clear” that will allow us access to this park once again.

July 15th, 2005

Seasonal peel

Wow. This is one of the reasons I’m fascinated by the madrona tree. Not only is the parchment-like bark beautiful, but it periodically cracks and peels to reveal a rich new green “skin” beneath the weathered bark. I took this photograph on the Tommy Thompson Parkway near Weaverling Spit.

June 18th, 2003


I have always loved the madrona tree, a Northwest wonder. Childhood memories include neighborhood expeditions to collect the smooth, brown bark. The madrona pictured here was photographed on a bluff just off the Loop Road in Washington Park. There is also a stand of trees downtown, between the Anacortes Depot and Cap Sante Marina. Freelance […]

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