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The Edmonds jetty at sunset

The Brackett’s Landing jetty is always a premium spot to capture a sunset.  This past weekend's warm weather brought many to Edmonds beaches – many stayed to watch the brilliant …

Many marveled at the weekend’s sunsets from our clear and hot weekend. Melissa Duits captured this great shot on Sunday, May 12, from Talbot Road.

Charming on the beach

Reader Joshua Phelps contributed this photo from the Edmonds waterfront: “I found the scene pretty charming, with the father and son playing on the beach while the swimmer bobs out in the …

Shawn Siers shared a photo of a weasel at Brackett's Landing North one recent morning. "They are native to Washington but rarely seen," he wrote. "It was very exciting to see it!" …

Low tide and light trails

Local photographer Shea Sullivan joined the WSU Snohomish County Beach Watchers for last month’s low-tide event sponsored by the City of Edmonds and came away with this great shot. The …

The ferry lighted at night always makes for a great picture. Local photographer Amanda Thornton-DeWitt proves that with this gorgeous image. “Can you spot the eagle?” she writes. …

Photographer Janine Harles captured a California sea lion (Zalophus Californianus) at play in the waters off Edmonds. These mammals can be seen can be seen, and heard, on beaches, breakwaters, and …

Local photographer Lee Lageschulte is known to Beacon readers for her many pictures of the ferry, sunsets, and – especially – her highlighting of decorations around town for Halloween, Easter, …

A striking specimen| Through Your Lens

Edmonds resident Henry Draper says he didn't even know there was a chestnut-backed chickadee, "which is how my trusty iPhone identifies this striking specimen." " Another lovely bird, one of my …

Edmonds resident Henry Draper discovered a new bird the other day. "So I saw a flash of yellow in the cherry tree," he wrote. "Hmm, Goldfinch? Nope: iPhone says 'ruby-crowned kinglet.' Another bird …

Through Your Lens | Sunset from the train

Through Your Lens: Scene from the train

Joe Herr snapped this amazing photo.

What rain? City workers in rain gear were out a Five Corners Wednesday morning making the roundabout a little nicer looking. They had an appreciative fan in Carol Murray, president of Edmonds in …

You can always count on Edmonds residents to get into the Halloween spirit. In addition to the Scarecrow Festival, the number and variety of decorations in all neighborhoods seemsto grow each …

Fall colors are arriving | Through Our Lens

Fall is here and the leaves are turning, but they're not quite fully ablaze. Soon. On a sunny Sunday, Oct. 8, there was a smattering of people taking in the day, but certainly not as many as …

Fall colors are arriving| Through Our Lens

Fall is here and the leaves are turning, but they're not quite fully ablaze. Soon. On a sunny Sunday, Oct. 8, there was a smattering of people taking in the day, but certainly not as many as …

Henry Draper sent us this photo of a varied thrush grubbing on his rockery. "The rockery was recently weeded," said Draper, "and apparently there are lots of tasty grubs to be had in the …

Sunset in Edmonds | Through Your Lens

A beautiful sunset in Edmonds was captured Wednesday, Oct. 4, by local photographer Lee Lageschulte. A lighted ferry completes the image.

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