This week for Skagit Views, we take a closer look at magical items in our field of vision — above our heads, in our eyeline, and across a field that provides timeless sustenance.

As always, it goes without saying that the submission of pictures by Skagit Valley Herald readers is much appreciated, so please keep the photos coming.

In the interest of safety, remember to take care to practice social distancing, and make sure to keep you and your group out of harm’s way at all times (especially when in close proximity to the critters — large and small — who live among us.)

Please send high-res digital jpegs — preferably as attachments — to features@skagitpublishing.com.

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