The Pacific Northwest’s coastline is highly dynamic in nature, ranging from wide sandy beaches to rugged cliffs and rocky sea stacks. Happily, a fair portion of it is protected by wilderness designation, National Park, National Wildlife Refuge, National Seashore, State Park, National Recreation Area and Scenic Corridor. And public access to the entire 363-mile long Oregon Coast is protected by the Oregon Beach Bill of 1967!
Seashore Print Collection
A collection of images ranging from the Pacific Coast to Acadia National Park to Greenland, specially curated for fine art prints.
Sea kayaking opened up all of Washington State’s Puget Sound and San Juan Islands to me for exploration and photographic opportunity, as well as opportunities in Canada and Greenland.
Ikaasatsivaq Fjord, East Greenland License – Blog Ikaasatsivaq Fjord, East Greenland License – Blog Camp on edge of Sermilik Fjord, East Greenland License – Blog Kayaking among icebergs, Sermilik Fjord, East Greenland License – Blog Tasiilaq, Ammassalik Island, East Greenland Buy Print – License – Blog
Having spent much of my childhood growing up in the village of Coupeville on Washington’s Whidbey Island, small Pacific Northwest coastal communities hold a special place in my heart.
Sitka Harbor, Alaska Buy Print – License – Blog Creek Street, Ketchikan, Alaska License – Blog
And a photo portfolio on the sea cannot be complete without lighthouses…
Admiralty Head Lighthouse in snow decorated for Christmas, Fort Casey State Park, Whidbey Island, Washington Buy Print – License – Blog Point Wilson Lighthouse, Fort Warden State Park, Washington Buy Print – License – Blog Cattle Point Lighthouse, San Juan Island, Washington Buy Print – License – Blog Lime Kiln Lighthouse, Washington Buy Print – License – Blog