Our Life in the Pacific Northwest

My Photos

 

These photos are some of my favorites. Some are personal and some are just amazing natural sights. **Please enjoy my photos but don’t use them without notification or my permission. If there is an image that you would like to use or would like as a print, please contact me.

www.annejulsonphoto.com

 

 

 

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‘3 Little Birds’

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Sunrise. Round Lake, Idaho

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Snoqualmie Falls

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Sunrise on Lake Cassidy

Snow Geese on Fir Island in Skagit Valley

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Bleeding hearts

Sunset. Round Lake Idaho

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Daffodil after a rain shower.

Sunrise Fisherman

Scruffy little deer with little deer teeth

Waxwings

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Fir Island Snow Geese

Sun Starfish and a patient heron

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Thousands of Snow Geese flying all at once

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Trumpeter Swans

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Heron

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Snow Geese all the way from Siberia

 

Maple leaf

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Wild Turkeys

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Seattle Seagull and Ferry.

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Sunrise

 

 

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Lake Cassidy

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Trees reflecting on a frozen Lake Cassidy

 

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Turkey conference

 

 

 

 

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Alligator

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Everglades

 

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Space Needle at night

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Boating on Baker Lake

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Deception Pass Bridge

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Tide Pool

 

 

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Anemone at low tide

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Alligator, Everglades Florida

 

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Fried Egg Jellyfish

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Red anemone at low tide in Edmonds

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Trees near the Stillaguamish River

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Pike Place Market

16 thoughts on “My Photos

  1. Diane Dua on said:

    Hi Annie,

    Your heart and third eye for NatureScapes is connected
    to a beautiful source.
    What a stunning body of work!

    Thanks,

    Dee

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  2. Tess Valdez on said:

    Wow,
    I am from Washington state, however we now reside in texas due to my husbands family. I have never gotten over being home sick! These pictures have perked me right up! Thanks for the awesome pictures! There so cool! I have been down here way to long, Now i can visit home daily with these awesome shots,,,,,thanks so much for making my day and sharing yours! Tess From Kerrville Texas

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  3. hey annie,
    looking through these, i just was blown away. you have an eye for taking pics that is similar to the best photographers.
    with your new equipment, i’m sure it can only get better hereon.
    love you sis,
    eis

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  4. Michael Jay on said:

    Beautiful conglomeration of the highlights of nature. Once having lived there, your site brings it all back to reassure me that this beautiful part of the U.S. still exists. May it always. Thank you for sharing this work that was well organized.

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  5. Vikram on said:

    This is an Awesome display of nature and the sorroundings. Specially liked he way the mother nature was captured in a small FRAME.

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  6. Brenda on said:

    These are so beautiful. Hope you are turning professional.

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  7. Catherine on said:

    WOW…You have an incredible talent for capturing the “emotion of the scene” Anne. I could hear, smell and feel the details in your photos! I was looking for information about where to go with my kids for low tide today and came across your blog…thank you for sharing your images…I will be a regular visitor!

    Where is Lake Cassidy?

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  8. Thanks for your compliments Catherine!

    Lake Cassidy is between Lake Stevens and Marysville on Hwy 9. After you go through Frontier Village (on Hwy 9) you will pass E. Sunnyside School Rd/42nd st. The next road is 60th st./Lake Cassidy Rd. Turn right and you will drive right to the lake. There is a small beach with a parking area. It’s mostly residental, but it sure is pretty with a great view of Mt. Pilchuck. Perfect for sunrises and boating! 🙂

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  9. Great photos, thank you so much for sharing.

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  10. aneomen on said:

    hi, nice to meet your web.
    http://aneomen.wordpress.com
    thanks

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  11. Fantastic pictures! my daughter’s name is Annie! 🙂
    I love the bleeding heart picture. Would you mind if i used it for a face book profile picture? I intend on getting a plant as soon as they are available in Texas. I just discovered them today on-line….Thanks for sharing these beautiful images on-line.
    thanks again! -maria

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  12. Wow, great photos…really wonderful.

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  13. Hi i reaaally love your photos and i wonder if i could use the one of the bird flying in the sunset (it doesn’t seem to have a name..) in a powerpoint presentation on bird navigation i’m making? I’m an oxford uni student and this presentation is part of my grade, i’m not posting it on the internet or anything, it’s just a one time use of the picture. Can i use it if i reference you?

    Thanks

    Emma

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  14. Mark on said:

    I’d like to use the picture of the children holding a geocaching ammo can for a family geocaching article I’m writing for a local publication. It’s a great shot that captures the essence I’m trying to convey!

    Thanks,

    Mark

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  15. Goodness!! I was looking for pictures from the makah and quileute tribes(those are the tribes I belong to), and I came across your pictures.. Absolutely beautiful pictures!!I used to live in the Port Angeles, I now live in Nashville, Tennessee and these makes me miss home so much!! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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  16. With havin so much content do you ever run into any problems of plagorism or copyright violation? My website has a lot of unique content I’ve either created myself or outsourced but it seems a lot of it is popping it up all over the web without my authorization. Do you know any ways to help reduce content from being stolen? I’d really appreciate it.

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