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New life from dead wood

Aspiring North Bend photographer Terry Shields snapped this shot of a young tree atop a huge stump on Rattlesake Lake this past winter.  “The tree growing out of the stump represents new life after years of past harvesting,” said Shields, who works at the North Bend QFC and is also exploring the world of the image as an avid photographer. What he tries to capture in his photos “is what I see in the moment.” • The Snoqualmie Valley Record welcomes photos from our readers. To submit a photo, e-mail to editor@valleyrecord.com. Photos should be at least 180 dpi and, if possible, come in a larger file size (above 100K). Include information about what your photo displays, when you snapped it, and why it caught your eye. We will publish it in a future edition of the newspaper. -
Aspiring North Bend photographer Terry Shields snapped this shot of a young tree atop a huge stump on Rattlesake Lake this past winter. “The tree growing out of the stump represents new life after years of past harvesting,” said Shields, who works at the North Bend QFC and is also exploring the world of the image as an avid photographer. What he tries to capture in his photos “is what I see in the moment.” • The Snoqualmie Valley Record welcomes photos from our readers. To submit a photo, e-mail to editor@valleyrecord.com. Photos should be at least 180 dpi and, if possible, come in a larger file size (above 100K). Include information about what your photo displays, when you snapped it, and why it caught your eye. We will publish it in a future edition of the newspaper.
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