Monthly Archives: April 2011

Study in Black and White

Study in Black and White We save or collect some of the things made in the past. What some of us discard, others of us value. This image of part of an old dental stool was of interest to me … Continue reading

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Thinking of the Vulnerable

Thinking of the Vulnerable from the Gulf to Camano Island Rural View: Great Blue Herons fishing and socializing at the English Boom Preserve on Camano Island in the delta region of the Stilliguamish River and Skagit Bay in Washington. Urban … Continue reading

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Forms

Forms Pier or boom remnants in Admiralty Bay, Whidbey Island, WA near the Keystone Ferry crossing. 11 x 14 Limited edition of 50, Archival pigmented ink on museum paper, prices available on request

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Flora and the Sea

Flora and the Sea, Camano Island, WA Each year on Mother’s Day weekend, and the weekend following, in May, Camano Island hosts an open studio art event that draws crowds from the area to the Island to get an up … Continue reading

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Beacon

Beacon, Whidbey Island, WA Camping near the ferry line between Whidbey Island and Port Townsend, Washington, I was amazed by the blue that occurred from sky to sea at twilight. When the beacon that guides the boat traffic reacted to … Continue reading

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The Positive and the Negative

The Positive and the Negative, St. David, AZ 2009 I don’t think I could have imagined a better representation of the duality of the impact of religions in this world! These gates lead the way to an area for outdoor … Continue reading

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Reflection on Meadow School

Reflection on Meadow School, Skagit Valley, WA 2009 I spent the day I took this image at a local plant nursery in Skagit County on Best Road, my favorite in the area. They have a demonstration garden on the grounds … Continue reading

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