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Reader’s Lens | Fishing at Coffee Pot Lake

Seattle Times reader Vance Thompson shares a first-person perspective of a fishing trip at Coffee Pot Lake in Eastern Washington.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Coffee Pot Lake, Vance Thompson


Trees start coming down to make way for light rail’s Lynnwood Link

Trees are coming down now along Interstate 5 in North Seattle, where the light-rail extension called the Lynnwood Link will go.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, North Seattle, Photo & Video, Lynnwood Link


In 1936, Paine Field was supposed to be a commercial airport. What took so long?

Construction on Snohomish County Airport — Paine Field's original name — began in the fall of 1936, according to an article in the Seattle Daily Times.
Tags: Travel, Business, Photography, News, Nation, Local News, Paine Field, Photo & Video, Boeing & Aerospace, Snohomish County Airport


Reader’s Lens | Magic hour at Golden Gardens

Photographer: McKayla Bower Photo taken: April 27, 2019 at Golden Gardens Park in Ballard Photographer’s description: “When taking a few photos with a friend out at Golden Gardens at sunset, a sailboat came by in front of Mount Olympus. It was a very quick moment as the boat was moving by fast, and I was very excited to have […]
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Golden Gardens, Golden Gardens Park, Photo & Video, McKayla Bower, Ballard Photographer


Reader’s Lens | Rows on rows of red tulips

Photographer: Blaine Amidon Photo taken: April 12, 2019, in the Skagit Valley near Mount Vernon Photographer’s description: “During a break between rainstorms I was able to drive to the Skagit Valley and get a few shots. The clouds broke up nicely for me to get this shot. The red tulips really popped out against the scattered clouds and […]
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Skagit Valley, Photo & Video, Blaine Amidon, Mount Vernon Photographer


On this Earth Day, let these photos remind you what a beautiful place we live in

You may not be able to celebrate the holiday by visiting all the gorgeous landscapes the Pacific Northwest has to offer, but you can appreciate them through the lenses of Seattle Times photojournalists.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Environment, Local News, Pacific Northwest, Seattle Times, Photo & Video


On Earth Day, let these photos remind you what a beautiful place we live in

You may not be able to celebrate the holiday by visiting all the gorgeous landscapes the Pacific Northwest has to offer, but you can appreciate them through the lenses of Seattle Times photojournalists.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Environment, Local News, Pacific Northwest, Seattle Times, Photo & Video


Reader’s Lens | Neo-Gothic grandeur in a Suzzallo Library stairwell

Photographer: Victor Tom Photo taken: April 12, 2019 at Suzzallo Library at University of Washington Photographer’s description: “My wife and I went to see the cherry blossoms at the University of Washington quad but were late by about a week. So we visited the nearby Suzzallo Library with its neo-Gothic architecture. I waited until a person walked underneath the […]
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, University of Washington, Photo & Video, Victor Tom Photo, Suzzallo Library


Reader’s Lens | Dramatic lighting at the Amazon Spheres

Seattle Times reader Elston Hill captured this shot of a well-lit leaf at the Amazon Spheres.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Amazon Spheres, Elston Hill


UW Quad is in the pink

March 2019 is going out like a lamb, and also in a blaze of pink at the University of Washington, where the 80-plus-year-old cherry trees are putting on their annual show of blossoms.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, University of Washington, Photo & Video






Reader’s Lens | Eagles tag-team their hunt for dinner

Seattle Times reader Ann Donahoe spotted a rare duo: two bald eagles on the prowl for ducks.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Lens, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Ann Donahoe


Reader’s Lens | Delicate ice crystals in Bothell

What are "snow feathers"? Seattle Times reader Karyn Zupke coined the term for these unusual ice-crystal structures captured with a macro lens in Bothell's Miner's Corner Park.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Bothell, Photo & Video, Karyn Zupke


Reader’s Lens | Scenes from a snowy Seattle

Readers captured snowy scenes from Seattle to the Hood Canal.
Tags: Outdoors, Weather, Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, Photo & Video




Seattle’s under a snowy mantle on Monday

Seattle is now in its snowiest February on record, and more is in the forecast.
Tags: Weather, Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, Photo & Video


Photos from the 61st Grammy Awards


Tags: Photography, Music, News, Entertainment, Photo & Video


A brief photographic history on Seattle’s snow

As Seattle braces for a new snowstorm, possibly bringing 6 to 8 inches, it could be an unfamiliar scene for many — but not unheard of in Seattle. The snowfall likely will pale in comparison to the legendary storm: The Big Snow of 1916 lasted for weeks, and a Seattle Times story from the time […]
Tags: Weather, Photography, News, Seattle, Seattle Times, Photo & Video


Reader’s Lens | An eagle takes flight

Seattle Times reader Gloria Z Nagler waited beside a tree at Matthews Beach to catch this shot of a bald eagle at the moment of takeoff.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Gloria Z Nagler, Matthews Beach


Reader’s Lens | Put a bird on it

Seattle Times reader Tim Nicol spotted this bird standing on another bird.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Tim Nicol


Reader’s Lens | Lunar eclipse over the Space Needle

During this month's lunar eclipse, Seattle Times reader Yoshiki Nakamura caught the moon and the Space Needle in a single frame.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Yoshiki Nakamura


Reader’s Lens | Under the bridge

Seattle Times reader Michael Uschold captured a quiet moment under the I-90 bridge.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Michael Uschold




Reader’s Lens | New Year’s Day at Snow Lake

Chris Vyvyan-Robinson took a snowy hike on New Year's Day. The result is stunning.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Photo & Video, Snow Lake, Chris Vyvyan Robinson


Reader Photo of the Year: Kevin Cass, fly-fisherman, honed his craft on the slopes

Kevin Cass shot a stunning self-portrait standing in the Snoqualmie River. Here's how he got there.
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Snoqualmie River, Photo & Video, Kevin Cass




Reader’s Lens | The tower and the train

Seattle Times reader Jim Bellomo captured this shot of a train and the Smith Tower from the pedestrian overpass at the Olympic Sculpture Park.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Smith Tower, Jim Bellomo


Leader of the pack

When you're a dog walker, every day is a walk in the park.
Tags: Photography, News, Pets, Local News, Photo & Video


Reader’s Lens | A well-timed portrait of a mallard

This week's winner shows a mallard making its way through the water at a popular birding spot.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Photo & Video



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