Scene in Edmonds: Here and there

And for those who want to know about sun dogs, Live Science describes them as “Patches of light that sometimes appear beside the sun. The scientific name is parhelion (plural: parhelia) from the Greek parēlion, meaning ‘beside the sun.’ Speculation is that they are called that because they follow the sun like a dog follows…

Scene in Edmonds: Downtown duck walk

Gary Fineout and his wife Michelle Baillet were taking their daily Tuesday on the east side of 3rd Avenue a few blocks north of Main Street when they spotted a family of ducks coming at them on the sidewalk. “We performed the social distancing dance — we went to the left into the street and the…

Scene in Edmonds: Sea lions make a splash

Photographer Julia Wiese spotted these sea lions during her Saturday morning walk along the Edmonds waterfront including one in the foreground of the Edmonds-Kingston ferry run.

Scene in Edmonds: Feeding time

Photographer Ken Pickle provided an update on the Hairy Woodpecker family in Pine Ridge Park, which “seems to be doing fine. Here are a couple of shots of junior being fed,” Pickle said.