Visual stories from the Eastside and the Pacific Northwest by Chad Coleman
Posts Tagged ‘Animals’
Canadian geese take flight in the falling snow at Marymoor Park in Redmond on Tuesday, January 17, 2012. A field full of geese took flight as I was heading into an photo assignment for a press performance of Cavalia, and only had a moment to blindly up my shutter speed and squeeze off a few frames, luckily capturing this monochromatic image.
Andrew (last name withheld) rides a horse during an indoor hippotherapy session as Deb Peet Walker, of Bear Creek Children’s Therapy, center, instructor Kara Quigly, in green hat and volunteers Galen Mickelsen, at far left, and Andi Davis assist at Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center in Woodinville on Tuesday, September 20, 2011. This image was made during an assignment about Little Bit’s expansion into the city of Redmond. I really enjoyed learning about the therapy and watching the riders – I could have photographed all day – but alas welcome to the world of deadlines. More photos of riders at the current facility and the new construction after the jump…
Sergeant Kurtis W. Bennett, looks on as son Austin, 2, inspects his father’s the Purple Heart medal during a presentation ceremony by Sen. Patty Murray at the Jackson Federal Building in downtown Seattle on January 7, 2010. Sgt. Bennett, of Iron Company, 3D Squadron, 2D Stryker Calvary Regiment was awarded the medal for wounds received in action in Iraq in 2008.
Greetings from the Snoqualmie Valley! As a staff photographer for a regional newsgroup, I am tasked with a variety of assignments all across the region. Recently, I worked the Snoqualmie Valley Record on their annual visitor’s guide and got to visit a couple farms near Fall City. This post highlights some of my favorite images.
I spent some time looking for a stand-alone photo at Farrel-McWhirter Farm Park in Redmond yesterday afternoon, when I flushed this coyote while wandering one of the trails. Only had a moment to snap a couple frames as it darted through the brush. You can see a little motion blur as I was not set up for capturing action in the “dark” forest trail. A random occurance that I was happy to have a camera at the ready…