With a name like the Enchantments, overexposure is inevitable. The antidote? Smart framing and a slow shutter speed.
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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.
Reader’s Lens | Along a back road, a Seattle Times reader caught this image of an old homestead stuck in time
Driving along back roads near Chesaw, Seattle Times reader Mark Hovland came upon a fascinating sight: an old building in a field of flowers.
Using an iPhone X, reader Kelsey R Nagel caught this image of deer in Olympic National Park.
Strong lines and great evening light made this Long Beach shot a winner.
A handheld feeder and a lighting set up helped this photographer capture multiple hummingbirds.
Seattle Times reader Carl Kadie captured this glimpse of the city from a kayak circling Harbor Island.
Careful planning and a long exposure helped make this photographer's star filled night scene shine.
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