Thursday, October 6, 2011

Photos of Olympic Peninsula woman on display in Office of Lt. Governor

By day Linda Barnfather is a legislative assistant to a Washington state representative, answering phones and working on constituent issues. But almost any other time you will find the Sequim resident in the fields and forests of the Olympic Peninsula, or in distant lands around the world with camera in hand.
Linda Barnfather
Linda Barnfather in her legislative office in Olympia.

A collection of Barnfather’s photography, both from overseas and from within Washington state, will be on display in the Office of Lt. Governor Brad Owen through December. Included are scenes from Seattle’s Pike Place market, the Palouse, the Olympic Peninsula, Mexico and India.

Generals, be sure to check this out if you come by our office. The full news release (along with a panoramic view of her work in the OLG lobby) can be read on the Lt. Governor's web site.

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