Category Archives: Landscapes

Cathedral Rock

The sun was up, at least enough to light the peak of Cathedral Rock.  Nothing stirring this early in the morning, no cars, no bikers or hikers, not even a breath of wind to rustle the trees.  So quiet and … Continue reading

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Lime Kiln Lighthouse

On the west side of San Juan Island is Lime Kiln Point State Park, where a lighthouse guides ships through the Haro Straight between Vancouver Island, British Columbia and the San Juan Islands of Washington State. The lighthouse was built … Continue reading

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Roche Harbor

On the northwest side of San Juan Island, off the coast of Washington State, is Roche Harbor.  The harbor is sheltered on three sides making it ideal for small pleasure craft.  Fishing, whale watching, artists and craftsman provide a resort-like … Continue reading

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Snoqualmie Falls

One of Washington State’s most popular scenic attractions is Snoqualmie Falls.  Height of the falls is 270′.  Maybe it’s popular because it has easy access … and free. It was overcast, cold and drizzling the day I visited, but still … Continue reading

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San Juan Sunset

Happy Thanksgiving!  A scene like this makes me truly thankful for Mother Nature. This is actually a sunrise, but the moon implies a sunset.  It’s difficult for me to think of the moon in the early morning — a week … Continue reading

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Beach Walk

“Early Sunday morning, a perfect time for a leisurely stroll on the beach.  My first impression of South Haven, Michigan when I arrived last night was this is a busy resort town.  The beach was packed, people everywhere: swimming, inner … Continue reading

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Half Dome from Glacier Point

Glacier Point, elevation 7,214′, overlooks the Yosemite Valley providing a 180 degree panoramic view of the Valley floor over 3000′ below. In this one-shot image, the Nevada Falls flowing into Vernal Falls below are on the far right, Half Dome … Continue reading

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