Cathy's Photographs

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, Casey, 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.

Cascade Mountains
Moses Abbott
Drumheller Fountain
Skagit Valley Tulips

Here are some other pictures I hope you enjoy:

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