The restoration of tidelands at Klingle on Hood Canal shows vividly in these drone photos.
Powerful photo images tell the amazing story of the lost city of Machu Picchu and the amazing rein of the Incas in Peru from 1425 to 1550.
This joyful photo of the celebration after Saturday’s victory over Colorado in the Pac. 12 Championships in Santa Clara illustrates what it means to be a Husky fan. Great memory and more to come. Our Alaska pilot announced their selection to the number four position in the playoffs to a plane full of fans. Go [...]
The daughter of a friend of mine, who is a very focused college graduate at work on her career, sent him this article from Goldman Sachs, saying it captured a lot of her views. Definitely worth a read.
Proud to have produced my first two videos of the view of Hood Canal from a lot near our home.
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Cargo Traffic on the Move
An American President Lines cargo ship heads into the Port of Seattle for unloading Monday. Seems like fewer of these big ones have been around this summer.
Cruise ships back for the summer season, Mount Rainier in full splendor and warm weather. Welcome to Seattle!
The cherry trees in full bloom in the UW Quad are a welcome sign of renewal. Many people were on hand Friday, March 18, to enjoy them.
Alaska has always been my airline. They are locked in battle with larger Delta for customers, routes and independence. The February issue of Beyond magazine discusses their "brand reenergizing."
Respected local branding firm Hornall Anderson did the work visual word and the article features two Alaska executives discussing what they wanted to accomplish.
Family still an important part of VHPR as Boyd celebrates the start of a new decade in our still new (and fun) downtown “hood.”