Scene nearby: Veterans Cemetery

Edmonds photographer Sam Spencer captured this photo at Evergreen Washelli Veterans Memorial Cemetery, located at 11220 Aurora Ave. N. in Seattle. According to The History List, the cemetery was established in 1927, when Clinton S. Harley, then general manager of Evergreen-Washelli and a veteran of the Spanish American War, offered a large section of the…

Scene in Edmonds: Boats and a whale

Saturday was a busy day on the water, photographer Julia Wiese notes. She noticed the San Juan Clipper heading north, only to see it turn around shortly thereafter and head south very slowly. At the same time, the Edmonds/Kingston ferries also slowed, signaling the likelihood that orcas were in the area — which was spotted…

Scene in Edmonds: Lunar eclipse

You had to be an early bird Wednesday morning to catch the Supermoon Eclipse that began at 2:44 a.m. The clouds parted just long enough for Dave Govan a few photos, all from the Edmonds Fishing Pier.

Scene in Edmonds: Releasing salmon below the fishing pier

Volunteers of all ages met at the Edmonds Fishing Pier Saturday to release 30,000 Coho Salmon that have been below the fishing pier for several months. According to Eric Sather, the president of Puget Sound Anglers Association (Snoking Chapter), the salmon were placed in the pen in February. The purpose was for them to be…

Edmonds scenics: Colors at sunset

Sunset-lit bubbles and walks along the beach were captured by photographer Barnabas Skinner in Edmonds Friday. (And by the way, we had many beautiful photos submitted to us in the last day so we’ll post more Saturday.)

Scene in Edmonds: Expert fisherman

Large schools of fish inhabit the inner waters of the Edmonds breakwater. Even though the signs say no fishing inside the breakwater, there is one fisherman that has been exempted: the Great Blue Heron. This local bird that can be seen close up inside the breakwater. The heron can remain statue still for long periods…