When the Islands Became a Winter Wonderland

Author: Whidbey Camano Land Trust | 02/16/21
       

Dugualla Bay in Snow

The view over Dugualla Bay Preserve on North Whidbey during our recent snowfall in February 2021. Photo by Pam Headridge.

The scenery around Whidbey and Camano islands is lovely at any time of year. But add a heavy blanket of snow and the natural beauty soars off the charts, turning the islands into a picturesque winter wonderland.

That was the case when snow fell hard on the islands and much of the region on February 13-14. And though the evidence is mostly all melted away now, memories will last a very long time.

Thanks to the kindness of some exceptional local photographers, you can enjoy some wonderful images of nature, scenic landscapes, and fun in the snow during our recent snowstorm:

Snapshots Frozen in Time

 

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