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The best photos of 2012

  • A tiny white moth, known as a phantom hemlock looper, lands on a moss frond on the dark floor of Walter R. Briggs Old Growth Forest.

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    A tiny white moth, known as a phantom hemlock looper, lands on a moss frond on the dark floor of Walter R. Briggs Old Growth Forest.

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  • A tiny white moth, known as a phantom hemlock looper, lands on a moss frond on the dark floor of Walter R. Briggs Old Growth Forest.

    Dan Bates / The Herald

    A tiny white moth, known as a phantom hemlock looper, lands on a moss frond on the dark floor of Walter R. Briggs Old Growth Forest.

As we look back at 2012, we have some really great photos from our photographers. We've collected some of favorites together. We have fires and dramatics sports moments. We also have quiet emotional moments and a very close-up look at the life of a forest. Click here to see the photos.

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