Tag Archives: Washington State

Lonely Tree

I think I’ve gleaned just about as much as I can from that Washington trip. This wasn’t one of my favorite shots but it was the best one from this particular morning. I was on my way back to our hotel and it was pretty late in the day, by my standards. I thought it […]

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Golden Years

  Another version of a previous shot at a different angle and time of day. I probably overshot this thing but you tend to do that when you come across something you don’t see everyday. Also, I think sometimes it’s a good idea to try and not get your whole subject in the frame. Hopefully […]

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Big Yellow Taxi

On our trip up to Washington State, we drove down to¬†Anacortes and took the ferry out to San Juan Island. If you’re ever up there, you have to take that ride. There are lots of little islands out there and some beautiful scenery.¬†Friday Harbor is located on San Juan Island and is quite the tourist […]

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Semiahmoo Shipyard

Semiahmoo is a spit of land that connects to the far end of Drayton Bay in northwest Washington State. I believe this was once a shipyard. The tracks you see leading into the water were probably used to slide ships and boats into the bay. These days, the warehouses here are used for kayak rentals […]

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Red Boat in Birch Bay

Here’s another super low tide shot from Birch Bay in Washington State. I spotted this little boat bobbing in the water at high tide the previous afternoon and I though the color made it a worthy photo subject. I decided to get back to it the next morning when the tide was out. This one […]

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