About/Contact Info

The Bellingham Bay Blog is a celebration of the joy and beauty found along the shores of Bellingham Bay in Washington State.

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Karen Molenaar Terrell’s photos are featured in the spring edition of the 2014 Bellingham Review, and the April/May 2017 issue of Mother Earth News. Her photos can be found on FineArtAmerica.com, as well as her other photo blog: opentothemagic.wordpress.com. In addition to photography, Karen enjoys writing and has had stories published in Newsweek, The Christian Science Monitor, and Pack and Paddle Magazine. Karen is the author of The Brush of Angel Wings, Finding the Rainbows: Lessons from Dad and Mom, A Poem Lives on My Windowsill, and The Madcap Christian Scientist series, and she’s co-author of The Humoristian Chronicles. Her books can be found on her Amazon author page.

Karen enjoys tromping around in the mountains (she’s made it to the summits of Rainier, Baker, Adams, and Hood in the Pacific Northwest), singing (she’s one of those wedding singers – stop laughing!), gardening, writing, reading, and photography. She has two grown sons and lives with her husband in the Pacific Northwest

Karen in tophat

(all photos on the bellinghambayblog site are by Karen Molenaar Terrell)

marinaterrell@gmail.com

https://fineartamerica.com/widgetshoppingcart/artwork.html?memberidtype=artistid&memberid=103326&domainid=0&showheader=0&height=600

10 thoughts on “About/Contact Info

  1. I found you! And the photos of Maia. I’m thinking I need to find a way for her to look more happy. She looks rather disgruntled which is usually not her nature.

    Beautiful photos you have here. You really know how to capture the essence of Bellingham.

    Like

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