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Photos from our staff

Phil Green, Yellow Island Preserve Steward, captured a whiff of smoke from the chimney of the cabin at Yellow Island. "There's nothing like a warm cabin at sunset," he said.

Ecologist Julie Morse snapped this shot of visitors exploring the new restoration at Port Susan Bay Preserve in the last light of the day.

Ecologist Julie Morse documents visitors reflected in light and water at Port Susan Bay Preserve.

The road to High Camp--strong winds and blowing snow added excitement to a ski outing for staffer Jeff Compton near the Scottish Lakes in the central Cascades.

Bill Hinsee caught a night view of Seattle's new waterfront ferris wheel among the moonlight and clouds.

Staff cartographer snapped this shot of Seattle's Olympic Sculpture Park, where sculptures stand proud against the sunlight.

Staffer Rachael Jackson and her camera looked through the trees to the coastline in Washington's Olympic National Park.


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