I live near the Skokomish Indian Reservation on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Skokomish tribal members are known for their fishing skills and the tribe has a small casino, but travelers first notice the string of fireworks stands lining Highway 101 through the reservation..The shacks seasonally selling fireworks are handmade, brightly painted, and diverse. My favorite is the Ill Eagle (get it?) stand, which has that great name and has lasted in numerous painted plywood versions and locations in the over 20 years I’ve lived on the peninsula.
LIMITED EDITION: This photographic print is part of a limited edition produced by photographer Lee Rentz. The edition consists of 250 prints, which includes all sizes and methods of printing.
Author: Lee H. Rentz
© 1990 Lee H. Rentz, All Rights Reserved
Photo size: 1.3 Mpixels (3.82 MB uncompressed) - 1335x1000 pixels (4.4x3.3 in / 11.3x8.5 cm at 300 ppi)