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PHOTOS: Orcas, foxes, eagles and deer from the San Juan Islands

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KHQ.COM - KHQ photographer, Reed Schmitt enjoys taking photographs as a hobby. We are very lucky to have him on our team and wanted to share some of his recent work from a trip he took to the San Juan Islands. He photographed orcas, foxes, eagles and deer.

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