Photographer spotlight: Tanner Gregory

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© HAWKEYE Photo by Tanner Gregory Mountlake Terrace High School (Mountlake Terrace WA) Vincent DeMiero adviser

Henry Bacon Drive NW in Washington D.C. on a chilly November 2009 night. The road was named in honor the designer of the Lincoln Memorial, which is located about 400 yards away from this vantage point.

By Hawkeye Staff

Members of the Hawkeye staff emerge from a metro station en route to a tour at the Library of Congress. The warmth and dryness of the subway gave way to intense rain and wind as the remnants of what was Tropical Storm Ida.
Rain and wind greet us as we emerge from the McPherson Metro Station in Washington D.C. Despite our efforts, we never did find a good place to eat that night.
Ashley Janus applies her mascara. Her father's sunglasses served as make-shift mirror as we travel to Sequim for her family get-together.
The view inside the foyer of the main building in the Library of Congress. The liberty statue at the left honors the technological contributions of early Americans, such as Benjamin Franklin.
Henry Bacon Drive NW in Washington D.C. on a chilly November 2009 night. The road was named in honor the designer of the Lincoln Memorial, which is located about 400 yards away from this vantage point.
A close-up of the plaque in Seatle's Myrtle Edwards Park dedicated to people who have served humanity by going to sea. This commemorative is titled "Shipmates' Light."