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Photos: Sun-splashed Edmonds, WA

(Edmonds, WA)  While working on a video project in Edmonds on Monday, I also had the opportunity to shoot some pictures. I thought I’d share some of those photos here. Earlier in the day, I’d actually wondered if I’d have any luck, at all, with the weather. In Snohomish, it had been raining intermittently throughout the […]

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Mount Baker appears beyond Skagit Bay in this view from the English Boom Historical Park on Camano Island.

A Camano Island Moment

One of my favorite places to visit on Camano Island is the English Boom Historical Park. Located near a tiny airfield where the runway literally ends at the edge of a bluff overlooking Skagit Bay, you’re still more likely to see bald eagles than planes coming from that airport  (although, you could also see small […]

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September’s Symmetry: “Humpy Run” (Pink Salmon) on the Snohomish River

Post updated on July 14, 2013. It’s an odd-numbered year, so watch-out!  Large numbers of pink salmon (nicknamed “humpies”) are about to return to Puget Sound. Want to whet your appetite for the upcoming humpy run?  Check-out the video below.  It features a full-helping of beautiful scenery on the Snohomish River captured during the 2011 […]

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VIDEO: Silver salmon jumping on Snohomish River

I couldn’t yet see the Snohomish River, but after getting out of my SUV and taking a brief walk, I could hear the familiar sound of salmon “having a splash.” (Sorry, the complete text of this original post is not currently available) [youtube_sc url=”http://youtu.be/Pj03lOejbRQ” width=”640″ height=”360″]

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First Time Lapse: Seattle

After a few years of watching the emergence of DSLR cameras, I finally took the leap and bought one a couple of months ago.  I primarily fancied (well, darn near drooled over) these cameras for their ability to produce stunning, high-def video. [youtube_sc url=”http://youtu.be/ATPjbOWi0TU” width=”640″ height=”360″] In the jargon of photography, it’s said a histogram […]

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