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April 9, 2014 at 1:09 PM

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Photos of the month, March 2014


ALAN BERNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES

On the wing, a Canada goose does a fly-by along Harbor Avenue Southwest across from the Seattle skyline March 14, 2014.

BETTINA HANSEN / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Macin Root, 3, of Bellevue, walks along the beach at Juanita Beach Park in Kirkland on March 12, 2014, as temperatures warmed into the 60s.

ERIKA SCHULTZ / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Ramon Delapena walks through the Chinatown-International District during rainstorms March 3, 2014. "I do like the rain," Delapena said. "It cleans the city up."

MIKE SIEGEL / THE SEATTLE TIMES

A KOMO news crew views the helicopter wreckage from across the street near the Space Needle on March 18, 2014.

MIKE SIEGEL / THE SEATTLE TIMES

A KOMO helicopter crashed near the Space Needle, killing two, on March 18, 2014.

GREG GILBERT / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Early-morning rowers navigate their shells from Union Bay into the Montlake Cut before the clouds -- and the rain -- returned March 25, 2014.

JOHN LOK / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Jalen Holman, 17, tries to negotiate the 8-frame rail at the Jefferson Park skate park on March 12, 2014, in South Seattle. Holman, a senior in high school, says he has aspirations to become a professional skateboarder.

JOHN LOK / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Sounders FC forward Chad Barrett, right, scores the winning goal past Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper Eric Kronberg, far left, in stoppage time at CenturyLink Field on March 8, 2014. Sounders FC won their season opener 1-0 against the defending MLS champions.

LINDSEY WASSON / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Brad Ruppert, who won "Best Green" costume with his family, stands for a portrait at Fisher Pavilion after finishing the 30th annual St. Patrick's Day Dash on March 16, 2014.

LINDSEY WASSON / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Workers help clear and sort the remains of houses at the west side of the mudslide on Highway 530 on March 28, 2014.

MARK HARRISON / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Robin Youngblood survived the landslide that destroyed her house next to the North Fork of the Stillaguamish river on March 22, 2014. She is holding the only item that survived the disaster, a painting of a Cherokee warrior that was knocked from the wall and muddied.

LINDSEY WASSON / THE SEATTLE TIMES

An emotional Snohomish County Fire District 21 Chief Travis Hots looks down as he speaks during a press conference at Haller Park in Arlington on March 25, 2014.

STEVE RINGMAN / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Items rescued from the Gary McPherson's home that was hit by the March 22, 2014, slide include jewlery, car keys, photographs and eye glasses.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Darrington Fire District 24 volunteer firefighters (from left) Jeff McClelland, Jan McClelland and Eric Finzimer, embrace each other after saying a prayer March 24, 2014, for the victims and survivors of the massive mudslide.

MARK HARRISON / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Winter feeding is under way in the L.T. Murray Wildlife Area, west of Ellensburg, where nearly 800 Rocky Mountain elk have gathered due to the recent late snowfall. Watt Canyon Road is closed for the winter to keep the herd together without a lot of human interaction. Most years the elk show up in December, but because of the lack of snow earlier this winter, the feeding program started mid-February.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Samuel Hannah, 10, center, tries out the time-travel machine on display at the Ryders Eyewear booth at the 26th annual Seattle Bicycle Expo in Seattle, March 2, 2014. Hannah was successfully transported 1 minute into the future as rigging the machine to work only took a minute. The time-travel device is part of the eyewear company's promotional campaign of "seeing into the future."

ALAN BERNER / THE SEATTLE TIMES

Left by visitors at Viretta Park were images of Kurt Cobain and candles extinguished by Saturday's rain March 29, 2014. The park, at 151 Lake Washington Blvd. E., is next to the Seattle home where Nirvana's lead singer and driving force had lived at the time of his suicide two decades ago.

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