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This is my absolute favorite photo I have ever taken, I love its wingspan, this was taken off the Washington State Ferry (Mukilteo to Whidbey Island) and it was a two person shot, someone had to lure the bird with food while I took the picture.
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I was at my friends house and they have rescued three baby racoons, these racoons have been raised around their pets, this is one of the racoons with their English Setter "Bug".

As I got near the raccoon, the raccoon ran to the dog and wrapped his arms around it as to be protected from me.
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I am hoping to go back down there again, this was from last weekend, and the lovely red tulips.

Location: 2010 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
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I just loved the way these tulips tilted, I love spring !!

Location: 2010 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, LaConner, WA
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This was taken with my cellphone, I caught this racoon playing around my friend's work bench.
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If I wasn't scared of rabies, I would hug this little guy, those eyes just draw you in.
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I saw two beautiful clydesdales, they didn't stay still for very long so this was a quicky.

Location: Pioneer Way, Oak Harbor, WA 4th of July parade
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My dog Foxy was tired, I was throwing the ball to her, and when she got worn out she found shade and just laid there, this face of hers was too funny to pass up
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Admiralty Head Lighthouse and Fort Casey's big guns stood watch over the entrance to Puget Sound for decades. Today they watch over a breath-taking view of the Olympic mountains, Port Townsend ferry, shipping lanes, even Orca whales.

Built in 1861 and rebuilt in 1903, the lighthouse guided tall ships toward the Whidbey Island shore where they could fill their sails with wind. It was the last brick lighthouse designed by renowned German architect Carl Leick - its walls 18 inches thick to withstand the earthquakes that shake western Washington.

Admiralty Head's Fresnel lens was extinguished in 1922, but the lighthouse today welcomes visitors, weddings and tour parties with the help of dedicated volunteers. Enjoy our rich historical exhibits, browse our gift shop, and help preserve and restore Admiralty Head Lighthouse by becoming a member of Keepers of Admiralty Head Lighthouse.

Location: near Fort Casey, Coupeville, WA
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The cowboy boot kept this racoon occupied for quite a while.
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