Washington Park: Cliffs & Seals & Porpoises, Oh My!

As you might have guessed by the exciting title, I had an adventure yesterday. Lots of fun stuff. Thankfully, the weather decided to cooperate for once. ๐Ÿ˜›

So, Squink and I tagged along with our Auntie A’s little explorer group. They needed a few extra helpers since the chosen location was a trail at Washington Park that, to the uneducated, looked like it went straight off a cliff. It didn’t, really. Just a really really steep trail downhill.ย 

Anyway, we were watching for seals, otters and porpoises. We saw about three seals, countless porpoises and one otter that I did not have my camera prepared for in time.

This was one of my favorite photo trips. ๐Ÿ™‚ It was very breezy and ocean-y and nice. I was whistling Horatio Hornblower’s theme to myself almost the whole time. ๐Ÿ˜›

Enjoy the pics!

 

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Some trees as seen from higher up along the trail.

 

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The aforementioned trail.

 

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Our little explorers group.

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The view over the edge where we were watching.

 

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Shoreline

 

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Iย really like that one. (I even got a little seagull in the picture!)

 

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Seal!

 

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Waves on the rocks.

 

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An uncentered porpoise.

 

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A trail Squink and I explored with the town of Anacortes in the background.

 

Hope you enjoyed! Ever been to Washington, park or otherwise?

What was your favorite picture?

Please comment!

~writefury

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14 responses to “Washington Park: Cliffs & Seals & Porpoises, Oh My!

  1. I thought the seal was an otter at first. And porpoises! ๐Ÿ˜€ That makes me so happy. Otters are such fun animals. ๐Ÿ˜€ As usual, I think your photography is gorgeous, and it’s so beautiful… One of the photos looked like the river Anduin from “Lord of the Rings.” ๐Ÿ˜€

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