Wendy Feltham is back with more seaweed photos! Click on any of them to enlarge. Enjoy!
Seeing Seaweed – Part 2
So Long, Pygmy Kayaks
More than three decades ago, when guys like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs were building technology companies that would change the world, another Ivy...
On the hard: Thea Foss
Joel Rogers - 6
From Classic Yachts to Fish Packers: Their Stories Movie Stars, Depth Charges and Tugboat Annie: The Story of the Thea Foss I still can't think of...
Sockeye & Me: Two Journeys Cross Paths
Carl Berger - 2
Like so many of our neighbors, I was drawn to Port Townsend by saltwater and sawdust, and by the amazing wooden boats that blend...
The lost commencement address by Tom Robbins
Photo of Tom Robbins by Dan Wallen. Used with permission of University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections MPH1272 When I was the editor of the...
George Vancouver and the Puget Sound Map
On a foggy spring morning in May, 1792, 231 years ago this week, a sea-weary group of British sailors made their way out of...
Wendy, I love increasingly getting to know you through photography. The Seeing Seaweed is truly art!
Thanks so much, Holly! There is poetry in our local seaweeds.
I love these images—so much beauty in these patterns—thank you, Wendy!
Thank you, Ellen, that’s very kind of you! This area has such spectacular and varied seaweeds, I hope my photos help others enjoy them.
Wendy does such a great job in showing us the beauty in everything that we may not otherwise notice. Thank you, Wendy.