REFLECTIONS – February 18, 2015

Oh boy another beautiful morning with another fabulous sunrise. I stayed close to town this morning and was rewarded with a few spectacular photographs, at least I think they are spectacular 😉

On my way to the Coupeville Wharf I noticed the flat water of Penn Cove reflecting the lights that run along the ramp to the wharf. I just had to set up my tripod and “push de button”.


When I got out on the wharf things just kept getting better and better. I love the reflection of this sailboat in the morning sunrise.


Looking back at Coupeville the sunrise just kept exploding in the sky.


I really hope you enjoyed that as much as I did. Isn’t it amazing what you see when you walk with me? Thanks for the company 🙂


Despite the terrible events of September 11th, twelve years ago, the sun rose on Coupeville and the rest of the United States of America.

I left early for my walk this morning because we had someone coming by the house at 8:00 so at 6:00 when I left it was still almost dark. About twenty minutes into my walk saw the sun was slowly lightning things up including Mt. Baker.


An hour later when I was out on the Ebey Prairie the sun was finally starting to peek over the Cascade Mountains. It’s really amazing how long it takes for the sun to actually rise here in the Northwest.


When I got back over to Penn Cove I could see the sun shinning on the west end of the cove.


When I got to the wharf it was really beautiful with the reflection of Coupeville in the still water and the dock that goes out to the wharf.


There were several boats anchored out in the cove which made for one last nice reflection photo.


What a beautiful place I live. It’s pretty hard not to be in awe of it all on a morning like this.