6 Northwest photographers expose the stories behind their iconic rock ‘n’ roll images

Ron Gardner of The Wailers shares a moment backstage with fans. This photo was taken at a teen event in 1965 in Vancouver, B.C., featuring The Wailers, a seminal Northwest 1960s band. (Jini Dellaccio / Courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections)
Ron Gardner of The Wailers shares a moment backstage with fans. This photo was taken at a teen event in 1965 in Vancouver, B.C., featuring The Wailers, a seminal Northwest 1960s band. (Jini Dellaccio / Courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections)

This selection of images taken by six Northwest rock photographers spans across the eras to the present. Take a glimpse into the past with these photos from Seattle photographers.

A golden puddle of early season snow crocus. Credit: Dreamstime.com
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Plant early-blooming bulbs now — lots of them! — for dark-defying rays of yellow sunshine

Early-blooming bulbs in yellow furnish the soggy garden with light and are economical enough to encourage lavish planting. Timing is key; we’re looking for a display to carry us from darkest winter through to the gradually lengthening days of spring.

Taste photo for Pacific. Kathy Casey story on getting organized in the kitchen to make food preparation time easier. : TASTE : TOSS IN A POT SAUCE : THINK BIG BATCHES OF HOMEMADE SAUCE FOR FAST GOURMET MEALS : A SAUCE OF FRESH TOMATOES AND HERBS IS EASY TO MAKE AHEAD AND FREEZE FOR FUTURE FAST MEALS.
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Reap rich rewards with this make-ahead Toss in the Pot Sauce

Try this Toss in the Pot Tomato Sauce recipe that you can use to top grilled, Greek-seasoned chicken breasts, and sprinkle with a little feta cheese. Or you can use it as a rich base for a quickie minestrone … or how about a spinach-ricotta lasagna?