Rocky shore along Shark Reef Sanctuary
Weathered pillow rocks along the shoreline
Pillow rocks near Kings Point, Lopez Island
Shark Reef and Deadman Island on an overcast day
Note the horizon/water is level; the tree having been exposed to harsh winds over decades has bent, yet continues to grow in this harsh winter environment.
View NW from Iceberg Point to Long Island and Cattle Point on San Juan Island
February 25, wind-tossed spray hits the pillow rocks near King Point and Shark Reef.
Late February, a wind storm blew in, raising white-capped waves in the long fetch of water along San Juan Channel and onto the public beach at Lopez Village..
Churning water hits the beach near King Point.
Near the north end of Shark Reef, spray and heavy surf pound the beach.
Surf breaks over rocks and driftwood in this view from Shark Reef up San Juan Channel.
Two kayakers approach Deadman Island at Shark Reef.
Cattle Point Lighthouse on San Juan Island is in the background.
Deadman Island From Shark Reef
Shark Reef Area
Across San Juan Channel the sun drops behind San Juan Island
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A Couple View the Sunset
Cattle Point lighthouse, 94 feet above the water, will flash every 4 seconds tonight
Deadman Island during an ebb tide