West Point Lighthouse stands still and serene against a backdrop of streaking stars, painting a stunning scene.
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Larch needles turning yellow and getting ready to fall make for one of the best scenes in the Pacific Northwest.
Seattle Times reader Chris Picard captured this image of a tree frog blending in with its environment at Magnuson Park.
Photographer: Richard Birmingham Photo taken: Oct. 12, 2019, in Laurelhurst Photographer’s description: "Early-morning crew team on the lake between the Laurelhurst Beach Club and Webster Point. This photo...
Seattle Times reader Sandy Novak composed this picture of a man next to hot-air balloons at the Great Prosser Balloon Rally. Can you spot his...
"Sweet dreams, squirrels, for the owl is asleep," says Seattle Times reader Gloria Z. Nagler.
With a name like the Enchantments, overexposure is inevitable. The antidote? Smart framing and a slow shutter speed.
Seattle Times reader Yoshiki Nakamura relied on strong photographic instincts to compose this rare view from Kerry Park.
Reader’s Lens | A Queen Anne cat loves to lounge in an unusual spot. A reader caught him in the act.
A reader shares a photo of a cat in a water fountain. It's not the first time our photo staffer has witnessed it.
Seattle Times reader Jasper Reyes captured the demise of the Alaskan Viaduct from a creative vantage point.
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