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Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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I'm a freelance illustrator with a totally-under-control caffeine addiction. When not drawing or making art, I'm usually cooking up a delicious vegetarian dish or exploring the Pacific Northwest on photo safaris.

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Outstanding States by Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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Imagine an ocean full of island states - nothing but beaches on all sides! Pick a vacation spot and sail away.

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Cortona, Italy by Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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Located in the Tuscany region, Cortona is the sister city of Athens, GA - and the home of the University of Georgia's studies abroad program since 1970.

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Iceland by Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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The Nordic island country of Iceland is a beautiful place to experience nature. It has everything, from lava fields to glaciers!

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RAGBRAI 2016, Iowa by Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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Overnight map for the Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa

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Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington by Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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Boating and outdoor activities in and around the Lake Washington area of the Pacific Northwest.

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The Garden City: Augusta, Georgia by Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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Augusta, GA - Home of The Masters Golf Tournament

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Brewpubs of Ballard, Washington by Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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Follow the ale trail around the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle to try all the new microbrews.

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The Weird and Wonderful Fremont Neighborhood in Seattle by Phil Scroggs

Seattle, Washington, US

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The artsy Fremont neighborhood ("Center of the Universe") features a number of pieces of interesting public art. Take the self-guided walking tour to stop and admire all the sights. If you visit in the summer, you can catch the annual Solstice Fair and Parade for an even bigger art fix.