Between Puget Sound and the Pacific Coast, there are lots of places to enjoy the ocean
An evening sail in Gig Harbor. Love the way the late evening sun is spotlighing things.
A calm spring evening in Gig Harbor. I’m a sucker for the reflections and the mirror images that are everywhere.
Liddy and I stop by Old Town Sliverdale before heading in to the office. It’s really nice to get a bit air and to enjoy a moment at the beach.
In a race to the wire, Oracle Team USA takes the 4th race of the 34th America’s cup challenge from Emirates Team New Zeeland
The Lady Washington is a tall ship that reqularly sails the bays, coves and inlets of Puget Sound. On this day, we caught her enjoying fair breezes in Sinclair Inlet, near Bremerton, WA.
The marina at Burton, on Vashon Island. A couple take a dingy to row out to a vessel moored on a bouy.
It was a typical west coast, wet gray dawn. The bridge carrying Highway 101 over Yaquina Bay frames the harbor entrance in the fog.
A Thunderbird slips through the waters of Lake Union with the Seattle skyline as a background.
A sailboat heads north under a fair sky from Shilshole Bay
As you drive south from Astoria on US Highway 101, you pass many seastacks. These ones guard the entrance to Tillamook Bay.