Looking out for the details, Seattle Times reader Claudia Cooper captured this shot of a frog resting on a flower petal.
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Paul Winterstein escaped the smoky air in Seattle by heading to Lake Ozette, where he captured this shot on the water.
Contest winner John Carroll captured a two-tone dahlia on the Whidbey Naval Air Station.
Pupping season has begun, and Mark Wangerin captured a mother and baby seal in their natural habitat.
Reader Victor Tom captured a colorful glimpse of Redmond’s second annual Pacific NW Chalk Fest.
Yoshiki Nakamura captured Mount Rainier — and its late-evening reflection — by the light of the moon.
Seattle Times reader Tim Nicol zooms in on a hummingbird over a blanket flower.
Blaine Amidon catches a frog in sunlight at just the right moment.
Photographer: Samantha Shipp Photo taken: July 15 at Mount St. Helens Volcanic National Monument Photographer’s description: “On our way back to Seattle, my boyfriend and I were stopping...
On a recent trip to the B and B Lavender Farm in Sequim, Seattle Times reader Jane C Monserud captured neatly patterned rows of purple...
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