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Street Vendor, Lopez Village, Lopez Island
Edenwild Inn, Lopez Village, Lopez Island
Lopez Bicycle & Kayaks, traditional island transportation
Kayakers, Odlin County Park, Lopez Island
Morning fog, Spencer Spit State Park, Lopez Island
Cannon, Fort Casey State Park, WA
Mount Rainier and Commencement Bay at sunrise
Tacoma Narrows Bridge at sunrise
Water Tower, Lopez Village, Lopez Island
Community Church, Lopez Village, Lopez Island
Lopez Island Ferry Landing, Shoal Bay
Officers quarters, Fort Casey, Fort Casey State Park, WA
Washington State Ferry Kaleetan on the Seattle to Bremerton Crossing
Gig Harbor Washington, Olympic Mountain in the background
Mount Rainier sunset from Penrose Point State Park
Pumphouse, Lopez Village, Lopez Island
Lopez Island Transportation--not for hire.
Lopez Island Resort, Fisherman Bay, Lopez Island
Picnic Shelter, Spencer Spit
Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Fort Casey, WA. The original lighthouse was built in 1860 of wood then replaced in 1903 by the masonry stucture seen here. The light was "extinguished" in 1922 when it was no longer needed. The lighthouse is maintained by volunteers from the Island County Historical Society.
Washington State Ferry Klahowya on the Vashon Island to Southworth Run. Washington ferries carry mostly native American names.
Tacoma Narrows Bridge(s). The second and third bridges are pictured. The original narrows bridge, nicknamed "Galloping Gertie", developed severe movement in the wind. The bridge was opened to the public on July 1, 1940, and dramatically collapsed into Puget Sound on November 7 of the same year in a wind of only 40 mph.
Washington State Correction Center, McNeil Island
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