Seattle Times reader Ann Donahoe spotted a rare duo: two bald eagles on the prowl for ducks.
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What are "snow feathers"? Seattle Times reader Karyn Zupke coined the term for these unusual ice-crystal structures captured with a macro lens in Bothell's Miner's Corner...
Readers captured snowy scenes from Seattle to Hood Canal.
Seattle Times reader Gloria Z Nagler waited beside a tree at Matthews Beach to catch this shot of a bald eagle at the moment of...
Seattle Times reader Tim Nicol spotted this bird standing on another bird.
During this month's lunar eclipse, Seattle Times reader Yoshiki Nakamura caught the moon and the Space Needle in a single frame.
Seattle Times reader Michael Uschold captured a quiet moment under the I-90 bridge.
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Chris Vyvyan-Robinson took a snowy hike on New Year's Day. The result is stunning.
Kevin Cass shot a stunning self-portrait standing in the Snoqualmie River. Here's how he got there.
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