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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... — Updated 11/30/2023


Ruby-crowned kinglet alights on cherry tree | Through Your Lens

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... — Updated 11/19/2023


Through Your Lens: Scene from the train

Joe Herr snapped this amazing photo.... — Updated 10/30/2023


Five Corners getting a sprucing up | Through Your Lens

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... — Updated 10/19/2023


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... — Updated 10/19/2023


2nd Avenue North does it again | Through Your Lens

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... — Updated 10/19/2023


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... — Updated 10/12/2023


Varied thrush in a rockery | Through Your Lens

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... — Updated 10/12/2023


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.... — Updated 10/4/2023


Pretty as a picture | Through Our Lens

The Edmonds Marsh is always a beautiful sight/site. But even more so as the day progresses and the light begins to fade, bringing splendid color to the skies and illuminating the... — Updated 10/4/2023


Goodbye to Chanterelle | Through Your Lens

Chanterelle staff, from the 1990s up to present day, gathered Tuesday, Sept. 12, to celebrate and share memories as the long-running Main Street restaurant closing after more than... — Updated 10/4/2023


Watching an osprey take flight | Through Your Lens

Local photographer Bob Sears came across the Kirschten family observing an osprey at the Edmonds Marsh during last weekend's Puget Sound Bird Fest in Edmonds. The family is... — Updated 10/4/2023


Edmonds 'Locals' get a fresh cleaning | Through Your Lens

Every so often, the "Locals" need a little sprucing up. The popular sculpture on the waterfront was created by Georgia Garber, whose work includes the famous pig "Rachel" at Pike... — Updated 10/4/2023


Through a binocular's lens | Through Your Lens

Melissa Duits' neighbor recently stopped by for breakfast. An osprey called, too, but had to run. But Duits captured a closeup of the bird, holding her cellphone up to... — Updated 10/4/2023


Smoke pays its annual visit to Edmonds | Through Your Lens

The wildfire smoke returned to Edmonds and Western Washington again recently, which now seems to be an annual occurrence. Lee Lageschulte captured this image of a cruise ship... — Updated 10/4/2023


Washed up in Woodway | Through Your Lens

It's not the first time. In fact, it's becoming an all-too-common issue. Yes. Another boat has washed up on the beach. This one has been high and dry for several weeks south of the... — Updated 10/4/2023


Northern lights captured from Edmonds | Through Your Lens

Edmonds photographer Brittany Brigham captured the northern lights from the Edmonds waterfront Friday, Aug. 4. They made a brief appearance at about 11 p.m. Wikipedia says it best:... — Updated 10/4/2023


The sunset from Talbot | Through Your Lens

Melissa Duits took this shot of the sunset on Aug. 6. "Shot from Talbot Road," she wrote. "Never the same. Never gets old." We agree.... — Updated 10/4/2023


A fresh perspective | Through Your Lens

Readers send us a lot of great sunset pictures. But this one shows a different perspective. Roger BelAir submitted this photo of his wife, Candace BelAir, from the deck of their... — Updated 10/4/2023


Getting a good scrubbing

The Port of Edmonds and South County Fire's Marine 16 used high-powered streams of water to clean the Edmonds Marina breakwater July 18. The goal, achieved: To wash away built-up... — Updated 10/4/2023


Spectacular sunset | Through Your Lens

If you caught the sunset Friday, June 30, you know how spectacular this particular one was. "Clouds covered the sky most of the evening," wrote local photographer Lee Lageschulte.... — Updated 10/4/2023


Successful landing on the beach | Through Your Lens

Young Mary Ann Jones reaches landfall after successfully navigating the majestic waters of the Salish Sea. "It was a beautiful day for an adventure," said photographer Bob Sears,... — Updated 10/4/2023


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