Scenery Pictures of the San Juan Islands Washington
Here are some of my scenery pictures of the San Juan Islands Washington. There are no end of magnificent photo possibilities around the Islands, enough to keep anyone with a camera eternally content -- and busy. It's one of the things I truly love to do, and will always be gratifying.
I got my first camera when I was nine years old, and experimented by photographing anything and everything, including closeups of our family campfire. (Loved it!) My delight and enthusiasm has not faded, though these days I document whatever seems appealing: everything about these impressive Islands, to family vacations and birthdays, to a delicious new recipe I made. I use my camera to record whatever catches my attention, to document where I've been, and to show the beauty that is everywhere.
I will be adding and changing these photos periodically, with the season change or for no other reason than that I get a new image I love. You may notice some themes emerge, highlighting my current interests, like light over the water, or 'early morning' and 'late evening' images, times when the changing light creates a unique tone. If I've shown what I saw, you'll be able to imagine everything as though you had been there yourself. I hope you enjoy these San Juan Islands scenery pictures.
First, please enjoy this short slideshow.
View of Mount Baker in January over Fidalgo Island.
Looking back from the ferry deck on a sunny winter day.
Still pond on the west side of San Juan Island.
The wonderful Fourth of July beach.
Jakle's Lagoon trail, San Juan Island.
Red currant bush, San Juan Islands Washington.
Identification charts for visitors at Lime Kiln State Park.
Washington State Ferry en route to Anacortes.
Lighthouse at Lime Kiln Point State Park.
Bee on a daisy.
Pair of Calypso orchids.
Trail view at American Camp Historical Park, San Juan Island.