LYNNWOOD, Wash. (Dec. 5, 2022) — The Lynnwood Convention Center hosted the Jingle Bell Breakfast & Craft Fair this past Saturday.

During the five-hour event, families were able to create arts and crafts, listen to holiday music and see vendors selling items. All of this took place on a sunny snowy day.

My task was taking photos of families and children interacting with Santa Claus.

Underneath this blog, you’ll find the photo ops I took of several folks and artists that’s free to download.

Click on the photo you appear in and on the bottom right you’ll see an information icon (lower case I inside a circle). That’s where you’ll find a section below that says, “view full size.”

From there, it’ll open a new tab and that’s when you’ll right click and save the image. Enjoy!

Like many artists from different walks of life, donations come a long way that’ll allow me to continue my photography business in the Pacific Northwest.

I began pursuing gigs this year to showcase my works and expand my horizons. If you’re generous enough to support my other works, I’ll highly appreciate it.

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Published by Luis Torres

University of Idaho graduate that's currently pursuing the dream of becoming a motorsports media personnel.

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  1. hello, I am trying to save the image. but it only have the option of saving it as webp. how can I convert it to jpg?

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