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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


Power, pain and the prom: 2018 Videos of the Year from The Seattle Times staff

The past few years have been challenging ones for us as video journalists: The daily news cycle often leaves us feeling pulled in a million different directions. Each new day presents a new issue — and for many, a new outrage. In many ways, 2018 maintained that trend. We continued to cover Seattle’s homelessness crisis. […]
Tags: News, Seattle, Seattle Times, Photo & Video




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


But where’s Rudolph? Swimming Santa a holiday tradition at Seattle Aquarium

Tired of the same old Santa photo? A diving Santa poses for photos underwater while also exploring the massive Window on Washington Waters tank at the Seattle Aquarium on the downtown waterfront. Santa typically descends into the tank at noon on Mondays and Fridays, and twice a day (noon and 3 p.m.) on weekends. In […]
Tags: Photography, News, Washington, Santa, Local News, Rudolph, Seattle Aquarium, Photo & Video


Menorah lighting in Ballard

A giant menorah was lit to celebrate the Festival of Lights in Ballard's Bergen Place Park on Sunday, December 2. Hosted by Chabad of Northwest Seattle, the lighting of the menorah is an annual tradition.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Ballard, Photo & Video, Northwest Seattle, Bergen Place Park


Photos: Seahawks take on the 49ers in Seattle


Tags: Photography, News, Sports, Seattle, Seahawks, Photo & Video






How the ‘Battery Street Subway,’ downtown Seattle’s other traffic tunnel, was built

Originally called the "Battery Street Subway," this tunnel finally linked Aurora to the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, Aurora, Photo & Video, Traffic Lab, Battery Street Subway


Reader’s Lens | A duck dancing on the water

Seattle Times reader Chris Picard captured a wood duck in all of his feathered glory.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Chris Picard


Go, hawks: Sailplane pilots look to birds for flying tips

In a Carnation field, members of the Seattle Area Soaring Society have a friendly competition, and share a few favorite jokes.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Photo & Video, Seattle Area Soaring Society


Seattle has changed: See the Alaskan Way Viaduct under construction in the 1950s

A look back in The Seattle Times' archives shows the huge amount of change that its construction brought to the city's waterfront.
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, Seattle Times, Photo & Video, Alaskan Way Viaduct, Traffic Lab


Reader’s Lens | Early light on Mount Rainier

Seattle Times reader Craig Goodwin Sr.'s shot of Mt. Rainier is a striking study in contrasts.
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Seattle Times, Craig Goodwin, Mount Rainier, Photo & Video






Veterans share their experiences at Seattle open-mic event

Everyone For Veterans, in partnership with What They Signed Up For, hosted a free event for the public to hear from veterans who were deployed to war at the Rainier Arts Center on Sunday.
Tags: News, Seattle, Local News, Photo & Video, Rainier Arts Center



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