These two lovey sunset photos were submitted by Larry. It was really challenging for our judges to pick between them… we decided to make the photo with the Harbor West Condos extending over Puget Sound. This photo is currently featured as our Facebook header.
If you are a Beach Drive neighbor and would like to enter our quasi photo contest, click here for more information.
This is our first entry to our photo contest which we announced earlier this month. The modest photographer, Alexa, says, “Lol, not the best since from my phone but I love it.”
We love it too, Alexa and it’s the new “header” on our Facebook page until we announce the next photo contest winner.
Would you like to have your photo proudly represent Beach Drive on our Facebook page (www.fb.com/beachdriveblog)?
It’s easy! Here are the basic rules:
- You must be a Beach Drive neighbor (meaning you live on or very near Beach Drive)
- Photos can submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Contest winners are selected by the BDB committee
- Winning photo will be displayed on Beach Drive Blog’s Facebook page (be sure to “Like”us!)
- Winning photo will have a blog post (like this one) featured on Beach Drive Blog
- Winning photo will be displayed for at least a week (give or take).
It’s all about having fun with neighbors in the beautiful part of the world we call home.
Congrats, Alexa and thank you for your entry!
On the bright side, those that didn’t reset their clocks as soon as the power returned were treated to an extra half hour! For others it was reason for concern…
I spoke to one of the guys on the job this morning about any concerns of heavy rainfall on the Atlas slide zone: “I definitely gave it a thought!”
Rhonda Porter of BDB captured these weather shots after the storm cleared
Make mine a double!
It was back to regular programming by day’s end.
Chance of thunderstorms later this afternoon according to the NOAA marine weather report
PUGET SOUND AND HOOD CANAL- 840 AM PDT WED JUN 26 2013 TODAY S WIND 5 TO 15 KT BECOMING SW 10 TO 20 KT IN THE AFTERNOON. WIND WAVES 1 TO 3 FT. SHOWERS AND A CHANCE OF AFTERNOON TSTMS.
Scupper, reporting for Beach Drive Blog
We spied whales heading south between Blake Island and Lincoln Park. Two lucky boaters got an extra close up view.