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Aaron Priest
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Greg Probst
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Justin Katz
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Scott Dimond
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Dan Piech
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Scott Rinckenberger
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Featured photo:
Fall Colors in Seattle's Japanese Garden  by Greg Probst

The stunning Fall colors in Seattle's Japanese Garden are truly breathtaking. The vivid colors make a very tranquil setting very visually loud. I made this image to pull your eye into it, to look and see the fine detail of the scene. Japanese gardens everywhere have so much going on its almost overwhelming to try and see it all.

This series of images was made on a very calm dry afternoon which is not a common day in Seattle in October. There was virtually no wind which made it possible to make so many images that would stitch together flawlessly to make this one final VAST photo.

We all need a place to go for a peaceful reality check and when I can't get out into the mountains I find myself walking around here. Where do you go for peace and quiet?... read more

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We're definitely a believer in the quality that VAST turns over, and look forward to any future applications we might have for some of the other amazing shots you provide.
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Featured fine art series:
Snow Studies  by Scott Rinckenberger

Under close study, snow proves to be one of the earth's truly malleable substances. Its density ranges from weightless powder to solid ice, its forms can be soft and subtle, or as jagged as a serrated blade. While temperature, humidity, radiation and time all work to constantly change the snow, perhaps no force has greater power to effect sudden change than the wind. A single hour of wind can completely transform a smooth snowscape into infinite sweeping lines and feathered edges, eventually sculpting the snow into hard masses of endless subtle design. This series of VAST photos by artist Scott Rinckenberger explores the beauty of these principles... read more
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Snoqualmie Falls in Winter
Scott Rinckenberger
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Ski Tracks on Dome Peak
Scott Rinckenberger
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Snoqualmie Forest in Snow
Scott Rinckenberger
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Davis Peak and Mount English
Scott Rinckenberger
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Davis Peak South Summit
Scott Rinckenberger
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Slesse Mountain North Face
Scott Rinckenberger
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Wind Textures on Blanket Glacier
Scott Rinckenberger
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Snowy Day on Tokul Creek
Scott Rinckenberger
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Featured photo:
Snoqualmie Falls in Winter  by Scott Rinckenberger

February 2019 went down in the record books as the snowiest month in the last 50 years in the Seattle area of the Pacific Northwest. For over a week, a series of rare, lowland snow storms blanketed the familiar landscapes of the area in a coat of sparkling white.

Among the most iconic scenes in the area, Snoqualmie Falls became a wonderland of freshly flocked forests, snow covered cliffs and dangling icicles. Over multiple visits, Scott Rinckenberger studied this scene in great detail, resulting in this rare and beautiful photo... read more

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