Boardwalk meanders through wetlands on west side Anacortes shoreline.
You can see all the way to Yakima! The state ferry Yakima, that is, viewed through the trees on a path at Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve (SHIP) in Anacortes.
Morning light illuminates a small house finch near the state ferry terminal in Anacortes.
Technically he’s not on the beach, but only a few yards away! Bunny enjoys breakfast and a bit of morning sun at Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve.
After early rain Saturday, the skies opened up to a beautiful afternoon/evening. This couple celebrated with a stroll at Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve (SHIP).
A great blue heron moves through wetland below state ferry terminal on the northwest corner of Fidalgo Island.
Mt. Baker often shines bright as walkers round the corner toward the shoreline on the Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve boardwalk.
Wednesday weather drew many to the beach adjacent to the state ferry terminal on the west side of Anacortes.
Downtown Anacortes has its beautiful esplanade through the public marina. Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve near the state ferry terminal boasts this curving boardwalk, allowing walkers to enjoy the wetlands without getting wet!
Dozens of American Wigeons were working the shoreline for food Thursday afternoon. I photographed this one just a few feet off the beach.
Boardwalk on the Fidalgo Island shoreline, Ship Harbor Interpretive Preserve (SHIP).
Stark setting, beautiful colors. A hummingbird at shoreside, west Fidalgo Island.
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