Photos by Tag: snow

January 17th, 2020

Winter beauty

Wind blows new snow around the summit of Mt. Baker, visible from Anacortes on Friday morning, January 17.

January 16th, 2020

Backroad serenity

A curve on snow-blanketed Rosario Road on south Fidalgo Island. Soon the snow will be gone, but the backroad will still be my preference.

January 15th, 2020

Serenity in the snow 2006

It was January 11, 2006 when I made my way to the viewpoint of Cap Sante. I was a bit surprised to discover this young man seated alone on a rock overlooking Fidalgo Bay. Calm, cold, quiet.

January 15th, 2020

Snowfall at Deception Pass

Complementing the beauty of Deception Pass this week was a snowfall that has dramatically slowed the pace of activity in this region.

January 14th, 2020

Memories in the making

Sister and brother team Taytum and Luke take a morning slide down “O” Avenue in Anacortes. Rosy cheeks all ’round!

February 26th, 2011

Coming or going

Most streets and highways are clear, but it’s still cold … and it’s still unclear whether the snow is coming or going. In shady areas and higher elevations, snow is still altering the landscape, and daily habitss.

February 25th, 2011

Cold and clear

We haven’t had snow recently, but below freezing temperatures mean the accumulated snow will be here for a few days. There wasn’t much activity at the W.T. Preston interpretive center Friday morning, but there was a healthy level of business going on downtown.

February 23rd, 2011

Snow indeed

It’s only a matter of time now before neighborhood kids with sleds and discs begin to populate the hill on our corner. School’s cancelled for the day, and forecasts call for continued cold, so the white stuff’s likely to be around awhile. It was very quiet when I ventured outside on the deck this morning […]

January 9th, 2011

Snowy Sunday

Snow, right on schedule. Look closely here and you’ll see a garden ornament, “decorated” for the day with a lacy layer of snow.

November 23rd, 2010

Welcome winter

Here it comes! The morning sky had “that look,” and sure enough, Monday’s snow had begun to accumulate by mid-morning. If you’re going to be out, cozy corners like Penguin Coffee are a great idea. Fellowship, hot beverage and a window to what’s happening on Commercial Avenue. Take care out there…

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