Oak Harbor photographer Pamela Davis Headridge captured this image of Deception Pass and the surrounding park blanketed in snow on Sunday, Feb. 14 from the north side of the bridge. Photo by Pamela Davis Headridge

Oak Harbor photographer Pamela Davis Headridge captured this image of Deception Pass and the surrounding park blanketed in snow on Sunday, Feb. 14 from the north side of the bridge. Photo by Pamela Davis Headridge

Fun times in the snow

Whidbey was blanketed in snow this past weekend.

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Whidbey Island was blanketed in snow after a storm on Feb. 13. Here are some reader photos of the winter wonderland.

Pass Lake taken on Feb. 14 from Pass Lake parking lot. Photo by Pamela David Headridge

Pass Lake taken on Feb. 14 from Pass Lake parking lot. Photo by Pamela David Headridge

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