Photographer Toni Kay Smith shows her photos of western Washington scenes and Pacific Northwest wildlife at the Oak Harbor Library. These include an Ocean Shores sandscape (at left), a mock battle between tall ships and brightly painted Indian racing canoes. There are a couple of "wild cards" (photos taken elsewhere). Come in and see if you can spot these!
Photographs at the check out desk are on display during the month of January.
Toni Kay's photographs in the library's Center for Lifelong Learning area will be shown through March.
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