Photos by Tag: Mt. Baker

November 22nd, 2020

Snow in the mountains

Mt. Baker shines under cloud cover, boasting a new blanket of snow. View from the shoreline of Fidalgo Bay in downtown Anacortes.

November 14th, 2020

Baker from Mt. Erie

From one icon to the other. Mt. Baker as viewed from Mt. Erie. Fidalgo Island.

November 7th, 2020

Baker shines, then disappears

A beautiful, bright Mt. Baker appeared briefly Saturday morning, sandwiched between dark clouds.

October 26th, 2020

View from the top

A beautiful fall afternoon on the walking trail at Breazeale Interpretive Center in Bay View.

October 24th, 2020

Cool and crisp

After a number of days in hiding, Mt. Baker emerged in stunning profile against blue skies Saturday morning.

October 7th, 2020

Churning toward LaConner

I love tugboats. I love Mt. Baker. On a Tuesday afternoon drive I found them together.  

October 2nd, 2020

Always beautiful

Mt. Baker, as viewed from a beach on the west side of Anacortes, Guemes Channel in the foreground.

August 18th, 2020

Sailing back in time: May 2006

This was a wonderful evening. I set up on the rocks at the end of 5th Street. Then the parade of sailboats got under way, Mt. Baker providing the perfect backdrop. Seems like only yesterday!

July 27th, 2020

Baker, faintly

Mt. Baker in early morning light from beach below state ferry terminal.  

June 20th, 2020

Morning on the shoreline

I shared some special early morning time today with resident wildlife at Ship Harbor.

June 13th, 2020

Sailboats on the water: 2006

Fidalgo Bay serves routinely as the playground and “field of competition” for local sailboat races. Often Mt. Baker offers a snow-capped backdrop. This photo was taken in 2006. Look for sails on the bay today and tomorrow.

May 29th, 2020

Beautiful morning at Bay View’s Breazeale Center

I visited “sister city” Bay View today, across Padilla Bay from Fidalgo Island. Although the Breazeale Interpretive Center is closed right now due to the pandemic, its three trails are open. This facility, popular among students of all ages, is managed by the state Department of Ecology. It is located about one-quarter mile from the […]

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