Longtime newspaperman and historian Wallie Funk captured this photo of orca whales inside a roundup pen in Penn Cove near Coupeville, Washington in August 1970 – a practice that continued for years as the whales were displayed at marine parks. Funk died Saturday, August 12, 2017 at age 95.
Longtime newspaperman and historian Wallie Funk captured this photo of orca whales inside a roundup pen in Penn Cove near Coupeville, Washington in August 1970 – a practice that continued for years as the whales were displayed at marine parks. Funk died Saturday, August 12, 2017 at age 95. Center for Pacific Northwest Studies/Wallie Funk Collection AP
Longtime newspaperman and historian Wallie Funk captured this photo of orca whales inside a roundup pen in Penn Cove near Coupeville, Washington in August 1970 – a practice that continued for years as the whales were displayed at marine parks. Funk died Saturday, August 12, 2017 at age 95. Center for Pacific Northwest Studies/Wallie Funk Collection AP

Longtime Anacortes photographer left his mark on the area

August 16, 2017 09:21 AM

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