Although I no longer work at The Bellingham Herald one of my last projects there was putting together a 2015 calendar. I am in Seattle now I haven’t seen the physical calendar yet, but I have heard it turned out well and they are selling the calendars for $3 at The Bellingham Herald customer service office or you can buy it online by CLICKING HERE.
The Herald released the 2015 calendar featuring 11 of my photos along with the cover (Fellow photographer Phil Dwyer snagged October’s fall color photo).
Below you can see all the photos that ran in the calendar categorized by month with the description the editorial staff at The Bellingham Herald wrote.
January – Bald eagles live in northwest Washington year-round. Good places to look for them include Deming Homestead Eagle Park, Birch Bay State Park, and the Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center in Rockport.
February – Mt. Baker Ski Area is a popular starting point backcountry skiers and snowboarders, but they must have proper equipment and must know about avalanche risks.
March – Berries, potatoes and other crops contribute to the bounty of Whatcom County farms.
April – Cherry blossoms add gentle hues to the palette of spring in Whatcom County.
May – The boardwalk between Bellingham’s Boulevard Park and Taylor Avenue dock is a popular place to stroll day and night.
June – Built in 1892, Old City Hall remains a striking Bellingham fixture. The building has been part of Whatcom Museum since 1941.
July – Photographers from afar travel to capture the beauty of Mount Shuksan reflected in Mirror Lake.
August – Tracing its origins to a 1909 street fair, the Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden is a major event, attracting nearly 184,000 people last year. This year’s fair is Aug. 17-22.
September – Arroyo Park in south Bellingham offer creekside beauty for people walking the Interurban Trail.
November – Bellingham’s Lake Padden Park offers fishing, swimming, picnic spots, sports fields, and, for many, solitude on a quiet day.
December – Maritime Heritage Park in downtown Bellingham is one of the many parks and other public spaces in Whatcom County well-suited for enjoying a winter’s snow.
Cover – Rising 10,781 feet, Mount Baker is the third tallest peak in the Cascade Range in Washington, and is by far the most prominent landmark in Whatcom County.
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