Seattle Times reader Greta Nehrenberg’s photographic study of a rippled, dimpled, snow-laden slope of Mount Baker.
Photographer: Greta Nehrenberg, Kent Photo taken: Jan. 2, Artist Point, Mount Baker Photographer’s description: “There is no shortage of spectacular views around Artist Point. For this one I zoomed in on the flanks of Mount Baker to highlight the shadows, ripples and undulations in the deep snow. So nice to have snow this year! Taken with a Canon PowerShot SX50 HS.” Katie’s critique: “I admire this abstract way of seeing the snow and shadows by breaking out of the straightforward show-the-full-scope-of-the-mountain shot. I believe that by trying to see the light and look at something in a new way we grow as photographers. Nice job in doing that.” Share your recent photo from around the Northwest. Submit online at seattletimes.com/northwestphotos. We judge the best and award a prize every December. Below is a gallery that includes past Reader’s Lens picks.