This week's Reader's Lens winner captures the blur of lights as travelers drive on Interstate 5 outside downtown Seattle.
View images made by photographers throughout the Pacific Northwest, read critiques from photo professionals and submit your own images for a chance to be featured.
Photographer: Cindy Johnson Photo taken: Jan. 13, 2020, at Farrel-McWhirter Park in Redmond. Photographer’s description: "I work for the Redmond parks departmentstanding in the doorway of the...
Reader Photo of the Year: How our winner managed to get this stunning shot of a Seattle lightning storm
When capturing this winning image of a lightning storm, Yoshiki Nakamura was out with his camera for a completely different reason.
This shot of a hummingbird hiding in plain sight is a delightful way for Reader's Lens to say goodbye to 2019 and hello to 2020.
In a quiet moment at the Seattle Aquarium, a reader framed this image of an otter in repose.
One reader captures the true prize at the bottom of this rainbow over Elliott Bay: a ferry where the pot of gold should be.
Photographer: Brad Coffin Photo taken: Nov. Photographer’s description: "Skagit Valley snow geese lift off with Mount Rainier in the background. Shot with a Lumix G-9 with a...
Photographer: Steve Piccolo Photo taken: Nov. 21, 2019, at the Amazon Spheres in Seattle Photographer’s description: "Cleaning the outside of an Amazon Sphere, this trio was obviously enjoying...
One reader captures a boat just off Saltair Beach Park in Kingston, shooting the ship in an eerie morning fog.
Photographer: Tim J. Nicol Photo taken: Oct. 12, 2019, in Republic, Ferry County Photographer’s description: "A Clark's nutcracker in Republic, Washington. Taken with a Nikon d850 and...
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