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Washington’s Wonderful White Winters

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Red osier dogwood practically glows along the banks of the Tieton River. Photo © Lee Trivette

Late afternoon light near Reflection Lake in Mount Rainier National Park. Photo © Jeff Compton

An elk walks through winter snows in eastern Washington. Photo © Keith Lazelle

Frozen buds await their spring release. Photo © Lee Trivette

The symmetry of a small, rolling snowball. Photo © Jeff Compton

Sunset colors as seen from Table Mountain in the North Cascades. Photo © Jeff Compton

A hungry northern pygmy-owl at the Conservancy’s Barker Mountain Preserve. Photo © Virgil Palmer

Ice bug! A cool frozen shape on the Tieton River. Photo © Lee Trivette

Backcountry skiers near Mount Baker. Photo © Jeff Compton

A frozen Tieton River. Note the little pillow of snow on the top of each basalt column in the background. Photo © Lee Trivette

A coyote on patrol in Washington’s sage country. Photo © Keith Lazelle

Mount Rainier as seen from a ridge near Paradise. Photo © Jeff Compton

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