Saturday, October 20, 2012


Busy day running around the mainland takin' care of business. It poured down rain driving between Mt. Vernon and LaConner (wipers on full speed - don't do that too often). Then after my appointment in LaConner, the rain quit and the sky was looking beautiful with the pre-sunset light highlighting the clouds to the west. To get a better view of that, I headed over to the channel and that's where I found this wire sculpture on a gangplank. You can just make out the famous orange LaConner arch bridge through the left side of it. And if you look really closely along the shoreline you can see a Great Blue Heron.

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  1. Beautiful shot - I really enjoyed my visit to LaConner (sans rain!) a couple of years ago! :)

  2. Wait what? Wow. This is beautifully fascinating!

    1. Hi Laura - Yeah it is. Don't know if you can tell by this photo angle, but the wire salmon sculpture is like a tunnel you walk through on the gangplank. Pretty cool..