Tag: Washington

Riding High on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail

Good times riding a mountain bike on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail, a former rail line through the mighty second-growth forest of the Cascade foothills.


Tidal Power: Is There Green In Going Green?

Tidal power is coming to the masses soon thanks to pioneering efforts by companies like Puget Sound Tidal Power, AquaEnergy, and Finavera Renewables.


Beach Walk

Tidepooling at Discovery Park in Seattle: Family-Friendly Fun For All Ages


Passion Fish

Lummi Islanders Keep Ancient Practice of Reefnet Fishing Alive

Perched atop a 21-foot tower on a fishing barge in Legoe Bay off Lummi Island in the San Juans, Riley Starks peers into the water, scouting for incoming schools of wild sockeye salmon. Two deck……


Into the Wilds: Slowing Down in the San Juans

If you’re the type who prefers wildlife to people, “slow” food to fast, and bicycling over driving, the San Juan Islands — only 80 miles and a ferry ride away from Seattle — in the northwest corner of Washington state are beckoning…


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Roddy’s stock archive numbers more than 10,000 images from a wide range of locales around North America and beyond. Linked locations below are available for direct online stock licensing or print purchases. Images are available from unlinked locations on request. Also, Roddy is available for commissions, expeditions and brand work, so if you can’t find……


Hooked on Social Media: Urban Anglers Cast About Town

Seattle Magazine, September 2007
By Roddy Scheer

Those of us who haven’t cast a line since our idyllic youths in places far, far away might not realize that Seattle is indeed an urban fisherman’s paradise. Whether your tastes run to salmon and trout or squid and crabs, sportfishing opportunities abound within city limits–and without the need……