This week in Skagit View focuses partially on the visual appeal on a subject matter that may not normally be viewed as artistic, but exhibits its beauty in a unique manner.

In addition, landscapes and architecture always make for impressive images, so we’re happy to provide a couple of examples of those.

The submission of pictures by Skagit Valley Herald readers is much appreciated, so please keep the photos coming.

Safety first please: 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 — attachments work best — to

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