It's been a while since I've posted some of the great photos that have come into the weather inbox over the past several weeks. So let's catch up on some of the highlights.
Those of you who are regular readers of the blog likely remember Issaquah's Jeff Fogg, who had been working a 6-month contract down at McMurdo station in Antarctica and has been feeding back incredible photos from down near the South Pole.
His term is now up and he's on his way back home (he says he's applying to go back again next fall) but this photo above was his "parting shot" as he was getting ready to leave. (Larger version available here) Great photos, Jeff! Can't wait to see what you find next year!
Closer to home, let's see how the Northwest has been bragging about its own beauty:
This photo was taken in Wenatchee on Jan. 14 by YouNews contributor westmauited.
This one below is a sunrise captured by John Adams in Anacortes on Feb. 18:
This sun pillar, courtesy of Jean Falconer in Sequim, was taken a few years ago on the crisp morning of Jan. 27, 2007, but she sent it to me while I was on baby leave over the Christmas break:
Snow is missing in the lowlands, but Mt. Baker still has a healthy coat, as proved by David Richardson in Sammamish:
Have a great weekend!