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Sunset over Whidbey Island, Washington as seen from Mukilteo.

May Day sunset in Mukilteo, Washington

(Mukilteo, WA) Clear skies, a gentle breeze, and a temperature hovering around 70 degrees made for a pleasant sunset in Mukilteo, Washington on the first day of May. Monday is expected to bring even warmer temperatures with highs in the mid-80’s. Expect high temperatures to dip to around 70 by  Tuesday, and to about 60 […]

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What was that out in the waters of Puget Sound?

(Edmonds, WA) On a late September day, I drove to Picnic Point Park in Edmonds to Periscope (broadcast) what was shaping-up to be a promising sunset from the beach. I arrived just minutes prior to the sun’s sinking behind the Olympic Mountains. No clouds in the sky. No haze. The distant peaks across Puget Sound seemed destined for tack […]

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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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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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VIDEO: Mukilteo moments…

(Mukilteo, WA)  No golden light.  No ethereal mist.  No blue skies, to be sure.  Just a very average winter afternoon spent along the beach in Mukilteo, Washington on Sunday, January 25, 2009. When I was a kid, my brothers and I would go down to the pier at this location and fish for perch and […]

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