Marina to Open Bay
Three man crew set out for an evening of sailing in the open waters of Humboldt Bay, Eureka, CA.
First summer June rain provided the conditions the Great Blue Heron seeks for hunting on an island field on Woodley Island in Humboldt Bay, near Eureka, California.
The newest generation of Osprey are taking wing around Humboldt Bay. Part of the beauty which comes with newness of each generation is they do not spook at the sight of an observer.
Soon after sunrise this family of Canadian Geese was busy with swimming lessons for the three youngsters in the middle. Mom and pop stayed front and back of the line.
Late spring storm front begins to pummel the North Coast of California just before the opening days of Salmon Season. The Memorial to Lost Fishermen stands in the rain reminding us of those who labored on the seas catching the north coast bounty including salmon, crab, rock fish and other commercially important seafood.
The Lady Washington sails the West Coast of America annually. She regularly ports in Humboldt Bay during early spring on her travels up the Pacific Coast. The following images may inspire you to gather additional information about this stunning sailing ship.
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Natural World setting are the most incredible. Near the harbors edge, a small group of California Sea Lions are resting and seemingly making plans for their future, talking behind anothers back.