Tag Archives: Pacific NW

NW Snapshots: Victorian Amenities at Fort Worden

I love big, beautiful, Victorian-era houses. They usually have so much more architectural detail than homes built today. So you can imagine my delight when I stumbled across this little beauty in the dining room of a house used by officers at Fort Worden near Port Townsend, WA. Continue reading

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Sweet Taste of Summer

Run–do not walk–to the nearest fruit stand or farmers market. It’s cherry picking time in the Pacific NW. The harvest is in full swing and this year’s crop is as sweet as ever, but they won’t last long. Continue reading

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Beneath Cold Seas

Beneath Cold Seas by award-winning photographer David Hall is an awe-inspiring look at the incredible diversity of life that exists beneath the surface of the Northwest’s gray-green ocean. The photos are hauntingly beautiful, but it’s the range of color that’s so striking. The bright oranges, lemon yellows, royal blues, crimson reds, and deep rich purples found in the deep. Continue reading

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