I enjoy taking pictures, both of places that I visit and of my
family. I also enjoy genealogy (check out my genealogy pages)
and have been working on copying and preserving some of the very
old photos I have of my family, some dating from before 1900.
When I take my photographs, I usually use an SLR with a 28-70
mm lens, but sometimes I use +1, 2, and 3 close-up lenses or an
80-200 mm lens. I have exhibited some of my photos in the Northwest
International Exhibition of Photography at the Western Washington
State Fair. This Exhibition, approved by the Photographic Society of
America, has been held since 1937 in conjuction with the Western
Washington State Fair (also known as the Puyallup Fair). The Exhibition
attracts many international exhibitors. For more information, contact
the Photo Salon Superintendent, Western Washington
Fair, PO Box 430, Puyallup, WA 98371-0162, USA.
I'm not the only one in my family
that likes to take pictures.
My parents, Joyce and Ainsley Dixon,
enjoy visiting lighthouses all over the world and photographing
them. My son,
likes to take, develop, and print his own photos.
The following photographs are just a few of the many, many, many
pictures I have taken. I hope you enjoy them.
Here are some other pictures I hope you enjoy:
- Snoqualmie Tunnel. Originally part of the Chicago-Milwaukee-St. Paul-Pacific Railroad, this abandoned train tunnel is now part of the Iron Horse State Park.
- Fall color. Saturday was a perfect fall day, just right for a walk with the camera.
- Corey's 30th birthday. February brought us lots of fun helping Corey celebrate his 30th birthday. Family and friends enjoyed unlimited bowling for 3 hours at Acme Bowling.
- PalmerWirfs Antique & Collectible Show -- Portland Expo, Portland, OR
. We spent a full day on Saturday looking at antiques.
- Anderson Family Reunion 2006. In July, the Anderson cousins met in Federal Way, Washington, to celebrate being a family.
- Anderson Family Reunion 2008. In August, the Anderson cousins met in Kent, Washington, to celebrate being a family.
- Oregon 2006. We took a few days to explore parts of Oregon.
makes 3! Soon, we will have a new Anderson to enjoy.
Vacation 2006. We decided to escape the Northwest gloom and visited Disneyland and Universal Studios.
- Cathy's 50th birthday. February brought us lots of fun celebrating a milestone birthday.
- In and around Seattle, 2006. This year, Craig and I have had lots of fun going out for day trips and other events in and around the Seattle area.
30th birthday. July brought us lots of fun helping Casey celebrate his
and Mindy's wedding actvities. Bridal showers, getting our nails
rehearsal, gifts, and, of course, the wedding kept us busy.
- Tall Ships 2005. The
Privateer Lynx and the Lady Washington are sailing
the West Coast, giving
tours and sails.
- Easter Celebrations.
Easter is a nice time to gather and celebrate the Resurrection of our
- Family Christmas.
Each year, our family gets together for our annual family Christmas
- Zoolights 2004.
Thanksgiving weekend was cold and clear, so we decided to go to the Point
Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma and see the lights in the evening.
Victoria and Vancouver Island,
British Columbia. Every year, we like to take at least one trip to Victoria and Vancouver
Island, British Columbia.
- Western Washington State
Fair. More commonly known as the Puyallup Fair.
- Lewis & Clark Caverns and Yellowstone National Park. In late June, we
short trip to Lewis & Clark Caverns in Montana, and then spent a few days in
Yellowstone National Park, exploring geysers, hot springs, and waterfalls.
- The California coast and the Worldmark condo at Windsor, California. In
mid June, we took a trip down the California coast and spent a few days at the Worldmark condo in Windsor.
- Ocean Shores with Friends.
In early June, we spent a day out at Ocean Shores, Washington, with some
- Sunflower Meadow near Thorp, Washington. On a
recent drive to the eastern half of our state, we saw this lovely meadow.
- Red Hot Pokers.
Our Red Hot Pokers are quite prolific this year.
- Planting a garden,
What better to do on a sunny April day than plant a flower garden.
- Ice in Tukwila, January 2004.
After our snow on January 6th, we got a lot of freezing rain on January 7th, which coated everything with
- Snow in Tukwila, January 2004.
We had our first snow on Dec. 27, 2003, and continued off and on through January 6,
- 2003 Seattle International Auto Show. On Nov. 8, 2003, we
had fun sitting in all the new 2004 cars at the auto show.
- Our Cruise on the
Mercury. In October, for our anniversary, we sailed on the
Celebrity cruise ship, Mercury, from San Francisco to Los Cabos.
- Family Picnics.
In July or August, our family gets together for our annual family picnic.
- Vacation in Leavenworth, Washington. In August, we
enjoyed a relaxing visit to the Bavarian-styled town of Leavenworth, Washington.
- Foster High School, Class of
'73, 30-year Reunion. On Saturday, July 19, 2003, we attended Craig's
30-year high school reunion.
- Lincoln City, OR, and Mountain View, CA. Around
the 4th of July, we took a short vacation to the Oregon Coast and Mountain View.
- April Showers Bring May
Flowers. Our typical Spring weather in the Northwest has certainly
helped our garden.
- Virtual Tour of the Skagit
Valley Tulip Fields. In early April, we enjoyed a trip to the
tulip and daffodil
fields of Washington's Skagit Valley.
- Microsoft Enterprise
Servers Christmas Party. This year's annual Microsoft Enterprise
Servers Christmas Party was held at Safeco Field.
- California and the Oregon
Coast. In October, we spent some time in the Angels Camp area of
California and then visited Corey in his new apartment.
- Homer, Alaska, and Surrounding
Area. In July, we travelled to Homer, Alaska, to see a friend from
- Oahu, Hawaii. In May, we
travelled to Honolulu and the lovely island of Oahu.
- Snow in Tukwila, January 27,
2002. We got about 4 inches of snow, and everyone had fun playing in
- Seattle Weather Photos. Or,
more accurately, Tukwila weather photos. Just some interesting pictures of
what kind of weather we get in Tukwila and the greater Seattle area.
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