Category Archives: Fine Art

bird nerd

on monday, on our way up to mount baker for some sledding/snowboarding/skiing (we’re a diverse group!), we stopped at a place which i will now declare “eagle corner.” i have seen eagles perched in large numbers here before, but never had i seen them in such abundance. it was almost unbelievable to see so many […]

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going “rogue”

just a couple of weeks ago, my trusty sidekicks (hubs and daughter) and i were on our way up to mount baker for our family photo shoot as well as some sledding with friends. as we were driving through an area perched above the nooksack river, we came upon a clearing at the river covered […]

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dungeness bay

we had a quick trip to sequim, washington over the weekend and i was more than beside myself when i i realized i forgot my camera. thankfully, my dear friend whose family was traveling along with us, brought hers and let me borrow it. it was kind of nice being without a camera but i […]

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mount baker snowscapes | bellingham fine art photographer

today’s adventure took me and fellow photographer and dear friend, jennifer morrow, to the snowy peaks of mount baker in the beautiful pacific northwest. mount baker is a distant presence over skagit and whatcom counties, often peekaboo-ing from behind the foothills as you drive throughout our region. there’s something so humbling to look up in […]

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great expectations | san juan island photographer

we took a journey over to san juan island yesterday…one of my favorite places to visit. while it was a family adventure day, i have been plotting this trip for a while, waiting on the right weather to take another chance at photographing foxes. why not make it a dual-purpose venture? part of planning a trip like […]

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