Edison is a small town in NW Washington, not far from Puget Sound. Located in Skagit County, Edison is just north of the town, Bow, along Chuckanut Drive. Heading west, passing through town the Bayview-Edison Road zig-zags and soon comes to a cause-way type bridge over the slough.
These next 4 images are from just before the sun crested the horizon…
I have camped at many places. Sometimes you find a spot with such beauty, such a personality that you fall in love.
Point of the Arches is one of those places for me. When the tide is out the beach stretches beyond the sea stacks. Wandering among the tide pools, excited to see what’s next, I am astounded at how much things change each time I visit, yet stay the same.
The sound of the waves, first muted and now roaring create a soundtrack that calms and thrills. The gulls and wind add their parts to the symphony.
A fire at night and the feel of sand and smoke.
The stars and darkness crashing.
Perched on the edge. Taking it all in.
The New Year is almost here, and with the Mayan Apocalypse safely past (or so we all hope!) its time to get yourself a nifty calendar.
Here are 15 images of Washington State: from the North Cascades to the Olympic Coast; bears and balloons, tulips and glaciers, waterfalls and the Milky Way…all photographed in vibrant color…
2013 Calendar, a set on Flickr.
The Calendar is printed on thick (100#) White Linen Paper. The exact calendar size will be 12.5 x 18.5″. It is Wire Bound with calendar hanger.
The printing is magnificent, all of the images are very sharp.
The cost is $25.00 each with a $8.00 shipping cost (for shipping anywhere in the US, if you’d like it shipped overseas, email me for prices)
Send in your payments (checks or money orders only, please!) to:
440 Nelson Street
Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284
The calendars will ship out within 24 hours of your order being received.
NOTE: The calendars are for sale in Sedro-Woolley at
The North Cascade Veterinary Hospital on Highway 20
The Sedro -Woolley Chamber of Commerce, located down town on Metcalf Street
Cook Chiropractic on 639 Sunset Park Drive
North Cascades National Park headquarters on Highway 20
The pacific coast along the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State has several magnificent beaches. The weather is often unsettled and dramatic. Clouds and wind, crashing waves and stormy seas, its a feast for the senses.
There are several Native American towns there on the coast, Neah Bay to the north and La Push further south, west of the town of Forks. Both have resorts run by the local tribes where you can rent rooms and cabins and enjoy the scenery.
First Beach is part of the La Push Resort. The wide, arcing beach is capped at both ends by towering sea stacks.
It’s a photographers dream!